Ahmed Atif

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Fellow

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Ahmed Atif is a Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Fellow at the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin. Over the course of his fellowship, he will focus on the external relations of contemporary Egypt. Ahmed is trained as a quantitative social scientist and specializes in analyzing disaggregated political and social statistics as drawn from Arabic sources. 

In addition to his fellowship, Ahmed leads the Cairo-based Daftar Ahwal Data Research Institute, an organization that designs and implements open-access databases and quantitative indices for Egypt and the wider MENA region. Previously, he has worked as a researcher at the American University in Cairo and King’s College London.

Ahmed holds a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from Suez Canal University in Egypt. 

Languages: Arabic, English

Areas of Expertise

Egyptian Foreign Policy
Quantitative Methods
Middle East & North Africa