She is also scholar at the Middle East Institute in Washington.
What does MEI stand for?
MEI stands for Middle East Institute
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- Measured Equation of Invariance
- Measuring Eco-Innovation (Netherlands)
- Medical Examiner Investigator
- Medicare Economic Index
- Medium Energy Ion
- Meeting Etichette Indipendenti (Italian: Meeting of Independent Labels)
- Mennonite Educational Institute (Canada)
- Meridian, MS, USA - Key Field (Airport Code)
- Message Exchange Interface
- Micro Electronics, Inc. (various locations)
- Middle East International
- Midwest Economy Index (nonfarm business activity)
- Miller Electric Incorporated
- Minerals Engineering International (UK)
- Ministry of Electronic Industry (various nations)
- Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure (Ontario, Canada)
- Ministry of European Integration (various locations)
- Missile ECM Improvement
- Molecular Electronic Transducer
- Monthly Economic Indicators
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Director of the Middle East Institute of the knowledge-based economy at the University of Brighton Dr.
Jeddah, Shawwal 22, 1433, Sep 9, 2012, SPA - The Vice Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, received at his office at the Ministry of Defense in Jeddah today a delegation of senior executive researchers of Middle East Institute in the United States of America, including retired General and Chairman of the Institute's Board of Trustees Anthony Zinni, Member of the Board of Trustees and former U.
Al-Quds featured an American electronic website offering a $500,000 award in exchange of a video of US President Barak Obama honoring Palestinian director of the Middle East Institute of Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs, Rashid Khaldi.
The programme aims at educating a number of US students the Arabic Language and the pure Omani accent, as well as disseminating the Omani culture throughout a curriculum that includes a number of lectures in the Middle East Institute in cooperation with the US universities of Washington and Jefferson.
Qubain came to Washington in 1956 and was research director for the Middle East Institute.