Neri Zilber

Neri Zilber is a journalist and researcher on Middle Eastern politics and culture.  His work has appeared in Foreign Affairs, The Atlantic, The New Republic, and the Washington Post, among others.  In addition to reportage, Neri consults for the private sector on political and economic risk in Israel, the Palestinian Territories, and the broader Eastern Mediterranean.  He was raised and educated in Israel, Singapore, Spain, and the United States.

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