Middle East Institute
The Middle East Institute (MEI) is a non-profit, non-partisan think tank and cultural center in Washington, D.C., founded in 1946. It seeks to “increase knowledge of the Middle East among the citizens of the United States and to promote a better understanding between the people of these two areas”. (WP)
The Middle East Institute is a center of knowledge dedicated to narrowing divides between the peoples of the Middle East and the United States. With over 70 years’ experience, MEI has established itself as a credible, non-partisan source of insight and policy analysis on all matters concerning the Middle East. MEI is distinguished by its holistic approach to the region and its deep understanding of the Middle East’s political, economic and cultural contexts. Through the collaborative work of its three centers—Policy & Research, Arts & Culture and Education—MEI provides current and future leaders with the resources necessary to build a future of mutual understanding. (MEI blurb)
The Middle East Journal
- Sept.07.2014: Foreign Government Contributions to Nine Think Tanks. Here are examples of the contributors to nine major think tanks in recent years. (Great Infographic) Brooke Williams, Eric Lipton, Alicia Parlapiano, The New York Times.
- How Has Think Tank Transparency Evolved in 2018? Transparify, Jul.16.2018.