Kameal Al-Ahmad is a Research Fellow at KFCRIS. He joined KFCRIS in July 2018. Before joining the Center, he was an intern at Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington (AGSIW). He obtained his B.A. in International Relations and Political Science from Saint Norbert College. He is also a recipient of the Columbia University Research Fellowship for 2022. His research interests encompass MENA security and geopolitics and Saudi-US relations. Currently he serves as a Partnerships Development Specialist and the Visiting Fellowship Program Officer at the Center.
Publications at KFCRIS
“The Uncertain Road Facing Afghanistan,” Special Report, 2021.
"The US-Saudi Economic Relationship: More than Arms and Oil,” Special Report, 2021. (Co-authored with David Kenner )
"Maritime Security of the Gulf: A Living Dilemma," Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2020.