Columnist Nathan Patin takes a deeper look at the politics of the Middle East, providing focused analysis of security and terrorism issues.
About the Columnist: Nathan Patin
Nathan Patin is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, where he earned bachelor’s degrees in Political Science as well as Philosophy. Living just outside of DC, Nathan spent four months at the American Enterprise Institute in 2012 as the Middle Eastern Studies intern before joining his current employer, a small defense contractor, as a technical writer. In addition to studying in Egypt and Lebanon throughout the summer of 2010, he has also volunteered as a mentor to an Iraqi refugee family in his hometown of Richmond, Virginia since 2009.
You can also follow Nathan on his [similar] personal blog, hadeeqa bi amreeka, which touches on just about anything related to the Middle East, focusing on politics and security issues.