David Mack is the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs (1990-1993) and US Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (1986-1989). Mack's US diplomatic assignments included Iraq, Jordan, Jerusalem, Lebanon, Libya, Tunisia, and Saudi Arabia. Mack has extensive experience and knowledge on Iraq, Libya and UAE. He also comments on US Middle East policy and the security of the Arabian Peninsula and Persian Gulf region.
B.A. at Harvard University; M.A. at Harvard University
Regions of Expertise:
Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates
Issues of Expertise:
U.S.-Arab Relations, Terrorism, Regional Security, Peace Process, Islam, Arab-Israeli Relations
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