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Uriel Abulof

Associate professor of politics, Tel-Aviv University; LISD Senior Research Fellow, Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School

Uriel Abulof is an associate professor of politics at <a href="http://socsci.tau.ac.il/poli/" target="_hplink">Tel-Aviv University</a> and a senior research fellow at Princeton University’s <a href="http://lisd.princeton.edu/" target="_hplink">Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination</a> / Woodrow Wilson School. He received his PhD in International Relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and was subsequently a Fulbright Scholar and a lecturer at NYU and Princeton University. His recent book "Living on the Edge: The Existential Uncertainty of Zionism" (Haifa University Press) received Israel’s best academic book award (Bahat Prize). His second book, <a href="http://www.princeton.edu/~uabulof/books.html" target="_hplink">The Mortality and Morality of Nations</a> (Cambridge University Press), is just out.<br /> For more, see his <a href="http://www.princeton.edu/~uabulof/" target="_hplink">personal website</a>.