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Ahmed Ali


Ahmed Ali is a program officer at the National Endowment for Democracy. Previously, he served as Iraq team leader at the Institute for the Study of War and director of the Iraq Security and Humanitarian Monitor at the Education for Peace in Iraq Center, among other posts. He has extensive field experience inside Iraq, including numerous interviews with senior stakeholders and decisionmakers.

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