Abdulaziz Al-Sulaiti

Junior Visiting Fellow


Abdulaziz Al-Sulaiti is a junior visiting fellow at the Middle East Council on Global Affairs. He is a third secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

Al-Sulaiti is a recent graduate from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C., with a master’s degree in strategy, cybersecurity, and intelligence. 

Previously, Al-Sulaiti was a research assistant at the Foreign Policy Institute of Johns Hopkins University’s Paul H. Nitze School, and a research intern at the Brookings Doha Center and the Campbell Public Affairs Institute, where he was exposed to the intricacies of policy frameworks and international political strategies. 

Al-Sulaiti’s research interests include emerging technology governance, U.S. foreign policy, and contemporary nuclear challenges.  


Disclaimer: The views expressed by Al-Sulaiti are his own and do not necessarily represent the views or official position of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or State of Qatar Government.  

Research Areas

  • Emerging technology governance 
  • American foreign policy 
  • Nuclear issues 

Countries of Focus

  • GCC  
  • United States 
  • China 

Other Areas of Interest

  • International trade 
  • American innovation 
  • Food security 


  • M. A., Strategy, Cybersecurity, and Intelligence, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, 2023. 
  • B. A., Policy Studies, Political Philosophy, and Economics, Syracuse University, 2019.