Dr. Akram Hossam Abdel Rouf Farahat

Akram Hossam Abdel Rouf Farahat is an accomplished Political Scientist and Researcher with a wealth of academic qualifications and professional experiences. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from Cairo University, with his dissertation focusing on "International Responsibility for Peacekeeping Operations in Africa," completed in 2013. Prior to his Ph.D., he earned a Master's in Political Science from Cairo University, exploring "Combating Terrorism According to the International Human Rights Law: Comparative Study for the Egyptian and American Experience" in 2008. He also holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from the same institution, awarded in 2001. Akram's current work includes serving as a Lecturer at Naser Higher Military Academy, where he supervises the Political Analysis Program at the National Defense College. He has also lectured in Political Science at the Department of Political Science, Faculty of Commerce, Al-Azhar University during the academic years 2021/2022 and 2022/2023. Additionally, he is an esteemed member of the jury board for the International Politics Journal (ALSISSA ALDALEIA) at the Al-Ahram Center for Strategic Studies. Throughout his career, Akram has gained extensive research experience. He previously worked as an expert at the National Center for Middle Eastern Studies, heading the Sudan and Nile Basin Studies Unit, from 2004 to 2018. He has also held various positions at the Center for American Studies, the Center for Terrorism Studies, and the Jesour Center for Strategic Studies. Moreover, he has worked as an Academic Adviser at both the Ra Center for Strategic Studies and the Jesour Center for Strategic Studies. Akram’s contributions to the field of political science are evident in his numerous publications and research studies. He has authored books like "The International Responsibility of Peacekeeping Forces in Africa" and "Combating Terrorism and International Human Rights Law," both of which highlight his expertise in international relations and human rights law. Additionally, he has published studies and reports on a wide range of topics, from geopolitical dynamics in the Arabian Gulf to terrorism, security, and strategic implications in various regions. Over the years, Akram has presented his research findings at international conferences and workshops, fostering valuable connections within the academic and strategic communities worldwide. His commitment to scholarship and his comprehensive understanding of political science continue to shape and enrich the field, making him a respected figure in the realm of international politics and strategic studies.