Rabie, Mohamed

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RABIE, Mohamed

RABIE, Mohamed. American (born Palestine), b. 1940. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Area studies. Career: South Texas College, Houston, assistant professor of economics, 1967-69; Texas Southern University, Houston, assistant professor of economics, 1968-70; Kuwait University, Safat, associate professor of economics, 1970-76, chairperson of Academic Affairs and Development Committee, 1972-76; Georgetown University, Washington, DC, scholar in residence, 1976-77, professor of economics, 1982-83; International Trade and Investment Inc., Houston, TX, founder, 1977, president, 1977-82; American University, Washington, DC, professor of economics, 1984-86; Roots (nonprofit youth organization), Washington, DC, president, 1986-87; Center for Educational Development, president, 1987-94; writer and public speaker, 1994-. Deutsches Orient Institute, Hamburg, visiting scholar, 1972, 1992; American University of Beirut, visiting professor, 1973; Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies, professor, 1984-85; Erfurt University, Germany, Director, International Academic Affairs, 1998-2000. Publications: The Politics of Foreign Aid: U.S. Foreign Assistance and Aid to Israel, 1988; A Vision for the Transformation of the Middle East, 1990; The New World Order: A Perspective on the Post-Cold War Era, 1992; Conflict Resolution and the Middle East Peace Process, 1993; Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity, 1994; The U.S.-PLO Dialogue, 1995; The Making of History, 2001. IN ARABIC: The Brain Drain, 1972; Economics and Society, 1973; The Geneva Conference and the Prospects for Peace, 1977; The Other Side of Arab Defeat, 1987; U.S. Foreign Assistance and Aid to Israel, 1990; The Making of American Foreign Policy, 1990; A Journey through Worry, 1994; The Making of the Arab Future, 2000; The Train of Time (poetry), 2001. Contributor to periodicals in the United States and abroad. Address: 7416 Helmsdale Rd., Bethesda, MD 20817, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]