The similarities of culture and experience, coupled with a common language and history of scientific achievement in Arab countries, make science diplomacy an obvious strategy for combating regional instability.
The Syrian conflict illustrates how science diplomacy can be deployed against diverse, interrelated problems.
As the only female scientist at SESAME (Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East), the author has a unique view of science collaboration in the Middle East.
The director of the German Academic Exchange Program Office in Tehran reflects on his experiences building international scientific collaborations in a changing Iran.
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Science & Diplomacy. ISSN 2167‑8618 (print), 2167‑8626 (online)