Research Associate of German Marshall Fund and Assistant Director of the Trade and Poverty Forum
Kareem Saleh serves both as a German Marshall Fund research associate and as Assistant Director of the Trade and Poverty Forum — a north-south coalition of imminent persons from the key democracies working to mobilize political will and economic resources in the fight against global poverty.
Mr. Saleh’s research focuses on how the US and Europe can cooperate in the areas of international economic and development policy.
Mr. Saleh is the author of publications on the Airbus-Boeing trade dispute and ethnic interest group lobbying in the United States Congress.
He is the editor of a forthcoming TPF report on the challenges of building popular support for completion of the Doha Round of WTO negotiations.
From 1998-2001, Mr. Saleh served as the Secretary-General of MUNUC — the world’s largest university-level simulation of the United Nations.
He is an honors graduate of the University of Chicago, holding A.B. degrees in both near-eastern history and economics and is a fluent speaker of English, French and Arabic.