Michael Soussan has contributed editorial articles to the International Herald Tribune, The New Republic, Prospect Magazine (UK), Salon, The Irish Times, The New York Post, Commentary Magazine and the Wall Street Journal, among others. He is a regular contributor to the Providence Journal editorial pages. He holds an MA in International Relations from Science-Po in Paris, a certificate in film directing from NYU, and a BA from Brown University, where he founded and edited The Brown Journal of World Affairs. Soussan has been invited to lecture by various organizations including the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM), the Ditchley House in Oxford, the Harvard Club of New York, the London School of Economics, Johns Hopkins, the MIT book club, and the World Affairs Council. He has also testified before the House International Relations Committee of the US Congress. Soussan has been interviewed by over a dozen of NPR radio stations, as well as the BBC, CNN, FOX News, ABC News, SKYNEWS, among others. Prior to becoming an author, Soussan worked at CNN and at the United Nations, where he served as Program Coordinator for the United Nations Iraq Program. He currently teaches international affairs and the Iraq conflict at New York University’s Center for Global Affairs, and lives in New York City.<br />
His website is <a href="http://www.michaelsoussan.com" target="_hplink">www.michaelsoussan.com</a>.