"‘US aid ends up with extremists’: Analysts alarmed over Pentagon’s 60,000-strong Syrian rebel force," coverage by RT, March 8, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Daoud Khairallah.
Licence en Droit, Lebanese University; M.C.L., University of Michigan; LL.M., University of Michigan; S.J.D., University of Michigan
Professor Khairallah is adjunct professor at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University. He is Of Counsel at the firm of White & Case LLP. Professor Khairallah was Deputy General Counsel for five years at the World Bank and prior to September 1994 he was Deputy General Counsel at the International Finance Corporation Legal Department, an affiliate of the World Bank. He has been an adjunct professor in the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University, and an occasional lecturer on project finance at the International Law Institute. He is an adjunct professor and teaches international investment law at SAIS, Johns Hopkins University. He has also lectured on international law and international organizations at the Lebanese University.
"‘Willful misconduct by US-led coalition forces in Syria has many consequences’," an interview in RT, July 22, 2016, with Adjunct Professor Daoud Khairallah.
"Saudi Arabia’s Plan B on Syria calls for support for terrorists," coverage in RT, May 18, 2016, featuring Adjunct Professor Daoud Khairallah.
“‘ISIS using human shields hoping Russia would make mistake’,” coverage by RT, Oct. 7, 2015, quoting Adjunct Professor Daoud L. Khairallah.