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Cecile Coronato, Project on Middle East Democracy

Cecile Coronato is a Legislative Assistant with the Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED). She recently obtained an MA in Diplomacy and International Relations from the Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University where she specialized in the Middle East and International Security. Prior to joining POMED, Cecile studied the French language at the American University of Paris and was also a Research Assistant for the Center for Terrorism and Intelligence Studies. She also currently serves as the Chief Information Officer and cofounder of the Student Association for International Dialogue (SAID), a nonprofit which seeks to foster international cultural and political exchanges for college students. She received her BA in Anthropology with a minor in Political Science in 2002 from Seton Hall University.

Abstract: “Iranian Civil Society, U.S. Engagement, and Opportunities for Reform

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