Abram Shanedling is a foreign policy and public relations professional based in Washington, D.C. He currently works at a public affairs/strategic communications firm and holds a degree in political science, journalism, and Middle Eastern studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Originally from Minneapolis, Abram has spent much time in Israel, including over half a year at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where he also worked at a public diplomacy agency researching the Arab-Israeli conflict as well as terrorism and the influence of Iran in South America. Abram loves writing, reading, and Utimate Frisbee and hopes readers will ask questions and/or challenge his posts. His views are his own and do not necessarily represent the views of his employer.
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