Middle East Institute (MEI)

Founding Year: 1946

Staff: 27


Middle East Institute (MEI)
(1946; Washington, DC; 27 Staff; mei.edu)

It is working to increase knowledge of the Middle East among US citizens and on promoting understanding between the peoples of the Middle East and America. They believe that pursuit of this goal is integral to building a world of peace and stability, in which the people of our two regions value our shared humanity.


Leadership: George Camp Keiser & Christian Herter (Founders)

Middle East Institute (MEI) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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