Before joining JINSA’s Gemunder Center as a policy analyst in October 2017, Harry Hoshovsky was the primary research assistant for renowned historian, Walter Laqueur. He played a key role in the research, writing, and editing of Prof. Laqueur’s various writing projects. Shortly after completing his summer fellowship with The Israel Project (TIP) in 2016, Harry was published in TIP’s The Tower Magazine (“The Most Important New Alliance in Asia”). Harry is a graduate of Georgetown University, where he received his Master of Arts in Security Studies. He received his Bachelor of Arts with Joint Honors (with Distinction) from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, majoring in International Relations and Political Studies.