Tamer Badawi

Associate Fellow

Tamer Badawi is an analyst and consultant currently focused on violent conflict, security, and governance in Iraq and the wider region. He has worked in journalism, think-tanks, and with INGOs and he has experience publishing in Arabic and English for ten years. His analyses appeared with Sada Journal, Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Centre, The Atlantic Council, Janes, Al Monitor, ISPI, Aljazeera Centre for Studies, among other. His media comments appeared with Aljazeera English, Associated Press, The National, and Deutsche Welle, among other outlets.

Tamer is currently a PhD candidate and teaching assistant at the University of Kent’s School of Politics and International Relations where he is writing a thesis about the behaviour of tribal networks and modes of mobilisation during wartime.



badawi [at] carpo-bonn.org