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Zvika Krieger

Zvika Krieger is a writer based in the Middle East. His work has appeared in Newsweek, the New Republic, Cairo Magazine, the Jerusalem Report, and various other publications, and he has appeared on CNN, Fox News, and NBC News. He has received various travel and research fellowships to study topics including the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan, the Kifaya reform movement in Egypt, public health in Bombay slums, religious identity in Kashmir, historical memory in Palestinian refugee camps, and the role of religion in Lebanese politics. He is a former researcher on the U.S. House of Representative's Sub-Committee for the Middle East and Central Asia and was the director of the Artemis Project at Yale University, an interdisciplinary initiative at the Yale Law School to catalogue human rights abuses through the preservation of records from truth commissions around the globe. He has a bachelor's degree in political science from Yale University and studied Arabic at the American University in Cairo. He is currently in Lebanon researching the impact of US foreign policy on Lebanese politics.
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