About Mahmoud Karem

H.E. Ambassador Dr. Mahmoud Karem served as the Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the Kingdom of Belgium and the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, Head of Mission of Egypt to the European Communities, and Permanent Representative of Egypt to NATO till 2009. He is an active contributor to the Mediterranean NAC +7 Dialogue in NATO since 2005.  Member of the Advisory Board of the Secretary General of the United Nations for Disarmament Matters for six years ending 2009, as well as member of the International Commission formed by the Director General of the IAEA on Nuclear Fuel Cycle and numerous Secretary General appointed Group of Experts in the United Nations on various peace and security issues. Dr Karem's latest publication was released this December 2012 entitled: "The Conference for a ME Zone Free from Weapons of Mass Destruction."  His chapter dealt with the role of the League of the Arab States in preparing a Draft Treaty. Ambassador Karem is also an elected Board member of the Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs (ECFA).

 

Articles by Mahmoud Karem

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Adam Ramsay is co-editor of OurKingdom.

Missed opportunities to rid the Middle East of WMD

Concerned by misrepresentation of Egypt’s withdrawal from the recent NPT meeting in Geneva, a retired Egyptian Ambassador puts the record straight and suggests ways to put the Conference on WMD in the Middle East back on track.

The US must explain its postponement of a crucial NPT conference

Precious time has been lost in working for a stable regime in the Middle East that rids the region of all weapons of mass destruction and their delivery systems.

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