Economic Migration
Economic Migration to the United States
Uday Chandra
Fascism 2.0: Lessons from Democracy in India
Gulf Family
Family in the Arabian Peninsula
CURA Workshop
Evaluating Credibility: Sources for Academic Research
Mohammed Al-Khulaifi, Qatari Cases before International Dispute Settlement Fora
Qatari Cases before International Dispute Settlement Fora
The Middle East Journal: Citizenship
Polarized and Demobilized: Legacies of Authoritarianism in Palestine
Nation building
Nation-Building in Central Asia
Improving Single Male Laborers' (SMLs) Health in Qatar
Al Kawari
H.E. Dr. Hamad Bin Abdulaziz Al-Kawari

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The Center for International and Regional Studies sponsors major studies of regional and international significance, including research initiatives in the areas of international relations, political economy, and domestic politics of the Gulf. CIRS regularly identifies emerging socio-economic and political trends in the region, and develops research initiatives in areas which require further focused scholarship.

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CIRS publication about food security in the Middle EastThe Center for International and Regional Studies publishes various types of research throughout the academic year. The CIRS Publications Series includes Books, Summary Reports (in English and Arabic), Occasional Papers, Asia PapersAnnual Reports, Newsletters, and Briefs. Through its publications, CIRS provides in-depth examination of ideas and issues of contemporary academic and political significance.

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