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Blaise Misztal

Blaise Misztal is the Vice President for Policy at JINSA. His research interests include Iran and its nuclear program, U.S.-Turkey relations, countering extremism, and strategic competition.

Most recently, Misztal was a Fellow at the Hudson Institute. Prior to that, he served as the Executive Director of the Task Force on Extremism in Fragile States, a congressionally mandated project convened by the U.S. Institute of Peace, and Director of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s National Security Program. He has testified before Congress and published widely—including op-eds in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, New Republic, and Roll Call.

Misztal holds an M.Phil. in political science from Yale and an A.B. with honors from the University of Chicago.

Publications

Iran Negotiations Need Clear End Date for Any Agreement
America’s Lesson from Gaza: Prepare for Disinformation War
Don’t Believe Iran’s Claims of Another Nuclear Milestone
Is Iran Bluffing About Its Enriched Uranium Stockpile?
The Iran Deal May Still Be Dead
Modernizing NATO Requires Dealing With Turkey
When it Comes to the Iran Nuclear Deal, What’s a Moderate Democrat to Do?
Days of Blunder: Why U.S. Diplomacy Doesn’t Work in Iran
How America and Israel Can Limit Dangerous Chinese Economic Influence
Negotiations Cannot Solve America’s Iranian Nuclear Troubles