Erielle Davidson

Erielle is a graduate of Middlebury College, where she focused her research on the rise of fundamentalist Islam in Eastern Europe. She is an alumna of the Hoover Institution and former research assistant at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Following her time at Stanford, she worked as a staff writer at The Federalist with a special focus on Israel and Iran. Last year, she spent several months in Israel as a legal intern at both Shurat HaDin, a Ramat Gan civil rights firm devoted to anti-terrorist litigation, and Kohelet Policy Forum, a Jerusalem-based think tank. A part-time law student at Georgetown University Law Center, Erielle will be graduating in 2022.  


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FOXNews interview with JINSA Senior Policy Analyst Erielle Davidson on U.S./Israel tension...
NewsMax interview with JINSA Senior Policy Analyst Erielle Davidson on Hamas
No, John Oliver, Israel Isn’t An Apartheid State
Biden’s Iran Deal and the Politics of Desperation
The Truth about the Sheikh Jarrah Eviction
Conditioning Aid to Israel is Flawed Foreign Policy
It’s Time for President Biden to Get Tough on the International Criminal Court
China’s Iran Deal Is Just the Beginning
Sudan’s Normalization With Israel Is a Win for Everyone
America Must Reform Approach to Innovation Within US Defense Sector
If Biden Wins, He Should Continue to Put ‘Maximum Pressure’ on Iran
Hassan Rouhani Wants the US to Surrender, but the Pressure is on Tehran
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Don’t Buy Into UN Fearmongering on the Iran Deal
It’s Time to Invoke Snapback Sanctions on Iran
Jordan Will Gain Nothing From Confrontation Against Israel