Allison Beth Hodgkins

hodgkins_main_thumbnailAllison Hodgkins (PhD, 2010) is an Assistant Professor of International Security and Conflict Management at the American University of Cairo. She is also the director of the Master’s in Global Affairs; a program to prepare graduate students for leadership positions in the conduct of international affairs and public policy with a specific emphasis on students from Egypt and the MENA region. Her research interests focus on the relationship of power-asymmetry and insecurity in conflict management both at the inter and intra-state levels. Current projects include the negative impact of asymmetric security guarantees on the implementation of peace agreements and the role of alliances in the security of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. A graduate of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, she joined the academy after a decade-long career in international education. She has lived in the Middle East for more than 13 years and is an expert on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the Oslo process.

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