Sarwar Sultani

Sarwar Sultani is currently pursuing PhD program in Division of Global Affairs in Rutgers University, concentrating on political economy and development. He completed his MA studied in University of York, in United Kingdom, where he studied Post-war Reconstruction and Development.   Sarwar Sultani has an undergraduate degree from Georgetown School of Foreign Service (SFS) in Doha, Qatar where he majored in International Relations and earned a certificate in American Studies.
       Before joining Rutgers, he worked for American University of Afghanistan as a Public Relations Manager, and adjunct lecturer for Political Science department. During this time, he worked closely on several projects with major local and international organizations. In 2013, he joined the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination in Princeton University as a Visiting Student Research Collaborator. In 2011, he worked as a Linguist for Middle Eastern Business Solution (MEBS) in Doha, Qatar. MEBS provides forwarding support to U.S Department of Defense(DOD). In 2005, he worked as an interpreter for the Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program, Department of State at Presidential Protective Service Academy, Kabul, Afghanistan.

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