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Brian Reeves, MA Biography

Former Visiting Fellow at Mitvim Institute
Pro to the question "Is a Two-State Solution (Israel and Palestine) an Acceptable Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?"

“If you care about Israel’s future as a democratic Jewish state, and if you truly desire—as I do—to see Israel fulfill its destiny as a light unto the nations, then you must struggle to fight for a comprehensive two-state solution in which Palestinians can be free with a state of their own.”

“BDS Undermines Efforts to End the Occupation,” The Brandeis Hoot, Apr. 15, 2011

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Research Assistant, Center for Middle East Policy, Brookings Institution, Sep. 2015-present
  • Visiting Fellow, Mitvim Institute, June 2014-Sep. 2015
  • Intelligence Consultant, TAM-C Solutions, Oct. 2013-July 2015
  • Co-Founder, Pritzat Derekh, a student-run program dedicated to fostering ties between international students and Israeli students, Oct. 2013
  • Intelligence Analyst, TAM-C Solutions, Oct. 2012-Oct. 2013
  • Intern, American Jewish Committee, June 2011-Aug. 2011
  • Intern, Office of Representative Betsy Markey (D-CO), June 2011-Aug. 2011
  • Research Intern, Jewish Dialogue Group, June 2011-Aug. 2011
  • Research Intern, International Institute for Counter Terrorism, June 2009-July 2009
  • J Street Campus President, Brandeis University
  • MA, International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2014
  • BA, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, Brandeis University, 2011
  • Twitter handle: @BrianNReeves
Quoted in:
  1. Should the Palestinian Territories Continue to Receive Aid from the United States?