Amjad Molaeb, Graduate Student
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
Amjad Molaeb holds an MA degree in International Affairs with Conflict Resolution degree concentration from The New School (2015) in New York City. Earlier in 2011 he earned his Bachelor's degree from the Lebanese American University, Beirut Campus. In 2014, he conducted a field research in Kosovo about the changing face of Islam and the process of radicalization that is challenging both the ethnic diversity in the Balkan region and Kosovo's State building project. Molaeb joined the department in 2017.
Post-colonialism, Westphalian and Modern State systems, Culture, Identity, Gender equality, and Comparative Politics.
Molaeb, Amjad. "Kosovo’s Islamic Model and its Changing Faces: The Radicalization Process that Threatens Kosovo." (2015).
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