Andrew Miller

Nonresident Scholar
Middle East Program
Andrew Miller is a nonresident scholar in Carnegie’s Middle East Program.
 

Education

MA, University of Virginia
BA, Dickinson College

Languages

English

 

Andrew Miller is a nonresident scholar in Carnegie’s Middle East Program and the deputy director for policy at the Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED). His research focuses on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and North Africa, with a particular emphasis on Egypt, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Gulf, and regional security.

Miller worked on the Middle East and North Africa in the U.S. government from 2008 to 2017. From 2014 to 2017, he served as the director for Egypt and Israel Military Issues on President Obama’s National Security Council, where he was involved in deliberations regarding U.S. security assistance to Egypt and Israel and Middle East peace, among other issues. Miller previously worked at the U.S. Department of State in a variety of intelligence and policy roles, including in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research and on the secretary of state’s Policy Planning Staff. He also served at the U.S. embassies in Cairo and Doha. 

  • Trump Is Not Really Pro-Israel—He’s Pro-Trump
    Op-Ed Foreign Policy December 11, 2019
    Trump Is Not Really Pro-Israel—He’s Pro-Trump

    While Trump’s policies have been popular in Israel, his record is far less “pro-Israel” than it appears on the surface.

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  • Trump’s Support for Haftar Won’t Help Libya
    Op-Ed Foreign Policy April 24, 2019
    Trump’s Support for Haftar Won’t Help Libya

    The United States should be working to help negotiate peace in Libya rather than fanning the flames of another failed war.

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  • Worse Than Mubarak
    Foreign Policy February 27, 2019
    Worse Than Mubarak

    Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is bringing a new form of totalitarianism to Egypt.

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  • The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Is Not a Bankruptcy Sale
    Lawfare January 23, 2019
    The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Is Not a Bankruptcy Sale

    It is clear that President Trump’s proposal for Israel and Palestine will not be the “deal of the century.” But if it disqualifies the United States from playing a future role in promoting Israeli-Palestinian peace it could prove to be one of the follies of the century.

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  • Saudi Arabia’s Empty Oil Threats
    Op-Ed Foreign Affairs November 1, 2018
    Saudi Arabia’s Empty Oil Threats

    Khashoggi’s murder has elicited that rarest of reactions in contemporary U.S. politics: bipartisan consensus.

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  • Arab NATO: An Idea Whose Time Has Not (And May Never) Come
    Op-Ed Lobe Log August 21, 2018
    Arab NATO: An Idea Whose Time Has Not (And May Never) Come

    The Trump administration’s plan for an “Arab NATO,” aimed at countering Iran’s influence, poses serious risks for the region.

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  • Trump Blinks, and Egypt’s Sisi Wins
    Op-Ed Foreign Policy August 10, 2018
    Trump Blinks, and Egypt’s Sisi Wins

    By releasing military aid before Egypt fully meets the United States’ conditions, the Trump administration is inviting the Egyptian government to backslide.

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  • Security, Human Rights, and Reform in Egypt
    Testimony U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee July 24, 2018
    Security, Human Rights, and Reform in Egypt

    Egypt is on a dangerous course, one with grave implications for the United States. It will be difficult to reverse this trajectory, but Congress has an important opportunity to help the Trump administration tackle this thorny challenge by restoring U.S. credibility and influence with Egypt.

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  • Losing Egypt to Russia Isn't the Real Problem—but Collapse Is
    Op-Ed The National Interest July 20, 2018
    Losing Egypt to Russia Isn't the Real Problem—but Collapse Is

    Cairo is no longer a prize to be won. It is a challenge to managed through careful and, where necessary coercive diplomacy.

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  • A New Hope for NGOs in Egypt
    Op-Ed Hill April 23, 2018
    A New Hope for NGOs in Egypt

    The decision of Egypt’s highest appeals court to order a retrial in the 2012-2013 NGO foreign funding case is a positive development which provides an opportunity for President al-Sisi to repair his damaged relationship with the United States.

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  • Does Democracy Have a Future in the Arab World?
    February 27, 2020 Washington, DC
    Does U.S. Democracy Promotion Have a Future in the Arab World?

    Amid civil wars, proxy rivalries, and seemingly entrenched authoritarianism, U.S. policies of democracy promotion in the Arab world are facing unprecedented challenges. Does the U.S. advancement of democracy in the Arab world have any future?

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  • Is a Sovereign Palestine Still Possible?
    October 11, 2018 Washington, DC
    Is a Sovereign Palestine Still Possible?

    What will the recent changes in U.S. policy—including recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, terminating assistance to Palestinians and UNRWA, and closing the Palestinian representative office in Washington—mean for the future of U.S.-Palestinian relations and the Palestinian national project?

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