Jonathan Bronitsky comes to Javelin with a range of domestic and international experience at think tanks, communications firms, and academic institutions. He has appeared on national radio and television and has written for, among other publications, The Weekly Standard, The Los Angeles Times, The National Interest, National Affairs, Modern Age, and National Review. He received both his PhD in History and MPhil in International Relations from Cambridge University. His master’s thesis highlighted the rise of British-Muslim radicalization during the Bosnian War while his doctoral dissertation examined the Anglo-American origins of neoconservatism. Jonathan is from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and he graduated summa cum laude from The Pennsylvania State University.