Andrea Barron is Program Manager for International
Affairs at The Washington Center for Internships and Academic
Seminars, where she manages professional training opportunities
for college students and directs two seminars: Camp David
III—-Negotiating the Road to Israeli-Palestinian Peace
and International Conflicts: Iraq, Darfur and US-Cuban Relations.
She is an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University in
Fairfax, Virginia, the University of the District of Columbia
and The Washington Center, teaching classes on Human Rights,
Third World Women, US Foreign Policy and the Arab-Israeli
Conflict. Andrea has published articles on the Israeli-Palestinian
conflict, Palestinian and Tunisian Women, US Policy in the
Arab and Muslim World, and Gender and Development in academic
journals, newspapers, and online magazines. She contributes
regularly to Monday Developments, published by InterAction-the
American Council for Voluntary International Action.