2011 - 2012
Seth Mandel is a foreign affairs writer based in Washington, D.C. His work has appeared in National Review Online, The Washington Times, Big Peace, The American Thinker, and other publications covering issues related to national security and foreign affairs. He was the managing editor of four newspapers in New Jersey, where he won two investigative journalism awards for his coverage of Iran’s nuclear program and support for terrorist organizations in the Middle East. He has reported on the region from Jerusalem and Istanbul, is the editor of a forthcoming volume on anti-Semitism, and is the author of the special report “Unmasking Chechnya,” about the conflict in the North Caucasus. He is a graduate of Rutgers University.