Head of the Americas Affairs Sector

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Shaikh Abdulla bin Ali bin Khalifa Al Khalifa

Head of the Americas Affairs Sector

  • [2010-2012] Master in Public Policy (MPP) – Harvard Kennedy School Areas of Concentration in International Affairs, International Economics, Political Economy
  • [2006-2007] MSc in Comparative Politics with Distinction from the London School of Economics and Political Science
  • [2001-2005] BA in Economics, minor in Business Administration with distinction and honors from Northeastern University
Work Experience
  • [2017- Current] Head of the Americas Affairs Sector (Director of the Americas and the Pacific Directorate)
  • [2012-2017] Office of the Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • [2008-2012] Bilateral Relations Directorate
  • [2005-2006] Bahrain Economic Development Board
  • Enhancing bilateral relations between the Kingdom and states of North and South American through high-level visits and preparing numerous agreements.
  • Re-evaluation of the methodologies used in preparing the analytical reports and diplomatic notes in the Foreign Minister’s Office and overseeing the improvement and standardization of bilateral files and position reports.
  • Arabic
  • English

  • Foreign Minister Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Alzayani



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