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David A. Rousu is pursuing a Master of Arts in Near Eastern Studies at the University of Arizona and expects to graduate in May. His thesis addresses Iran-Iraq relations in post-Baathist Iraq.. Most of his other projects also focus on Iraq. He obtained a bachelor's degree from the University of Washington in 2006, double-majoring in political science and economics. He plans on applying to political science PhD programs some time in the near future. He speaks Arabic and studied the language for several months in Egypt and Oman.


 


 

 

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