Dr. Ramzi Badran is Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Global Cultural Studies. He earned his MA and PhD degrees in Political Science from Binghamton University, with a major in International Relations and a minor in Comparative Politics. Dr. Badran's dissertation research is a qualitative and quantitative study of interstate and intrastate peace agreements. Dr. Badran is a former Fulbright scholar in Peace studies and Conflict Resolution. He has taught and co-taught courses at Johns Hopkins University, Binghamton University and Cornell University. His current research explores political, economic, social and cultural modernization in the least developed countries as well as the effect of international agreements on state behavior. Dr. Badran is the editor of several forthcoming books, including African Thought in Comparative Perspective, Resurgent Islam and the Politics of Identity, and Obama: Comparative Light and Contrasting Shadows.
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