Jason Brodsky is currently the Special Advisor to the Vice President for New Initiatives and a Research Associate in the Middle East Program at the Wilson Center. Previously, he served as Special Assistant (Research/Writing) and Policy Advisor to former Congresswoman Jane Harman. Prior to joining the Wilson Center, Brodsky served as a Policy Fellow at the White House. He has also worked for U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer (D-NY) and at the U.S. Department of Justice. Brodsky's research interests include Arab-Israeli relations, Iran, and U.S. Middle East policy. He holds a B.A., summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from Brandeis University; a J.D., cum laude, from the University of Miami School of Law; and an LL.M., with distinction, from the Georgetown University Law Center.

Major Publications

Betting on the Reform and the Reformers in Iran (Foreign Policy) (Oct. 7, 2015)

In Washington and Tehran, Debate and Distrust Over Nuclear Deal (The Wall Street Journal) (Aug. 11, 2015)

The Iran Nuke Deal Could End Any Hope of Israeli-Palestinian Peace (Foreign Policy) (July 22, 2015)

There Are No 'Good' Iran Deals, Only Varying Degrees of Risk (The Wall Street Journal) (Apr. 6, 2015)

Will Museum Terrorist Attack Derail Tunisia's Transition to Democracy? (The Wall Street Journal) (Mar. 19, 2015)

In Bahrain, Arab Spring Hopes Are Freezing Over (The Wall Street Journal) (Feb. 18, 2015)

Burnings, Bombings, Ebola: Not All Dramatic Events Are "Game-Changers" (The Daily Beast) (Feb. 8, 2015)

Four Big Reasons the Iranian Nuclear Deal Didn't Happen (Foreign Policy) (Nov. 24, 2014)

Co-Editor, What's Next for Iran and the P5+1, Middle East Program, The Wilson Center (Nov. 2014)

Obama's plan: Kill ISIS before they kill us ( (Sept. 11, 2014)