Author

Andrea Barron

Program Manager for International Affairs at The Washington Center

Andrea Barron is Program Manager for International Affairs at The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars — which provides professional internships and seminars to more than 1,200 students a year from the United States and abroad — and is Director of the International Conflicts Seminar.

She has been an assistant professor of history (adjunct) at George Mason University since 1999, where she teaches courses on 20th Century Revolutions, the Arab-Israeli conflict and Third World Women. She also has taught classes on U.S. Foreign Policy at the University of the District of Columbia and Human Rights at The Washington Center.

Andrea has published articles on the Arab-Israeli conflict and Palestinian women in the “Miami Herald,” the “Jordan Times,” the “Jerusalem Post,” the “Journal of Palestine Studies,” the “Washington Jewish Week,” the “Muslim Democrat,” the independent Jewish weekly “The Forward" and "Critique — Critical Middle Eastern Studies.”

Articles by Andrea Barron

Tunisia as an Arab Women’s Rights Leader (Part II)

Is Tunisia setting the bar for Arab women's rights in the 21st century?

July 12, 2007

Tunisia as an Arab Women’s Rights Leader (Part I)

How does the North African country of Tunisia offer a different take on women's rights?

July 11, 2007

U.S.-Cuban Relations: After Fidel

What parallels emerge between the Bush Administrations policies toward Cuba and Iraq?

January 17, 2007

Camp David III: Renegotiating Peace

How are 50 college students working to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

October 28, 2005