Jonathan Bronitsky is a historian and media advisor with broad experience in Washington, D.C. He received both his Ph.D. in History and M.Phil. in International Relations from the University of Cambridge. His doctoral dissertation examined the transatlantic origins of neoconservatism while his master’s thesis explored the rise of British-Muslim radicalization in the early-1990s. Jonathan’s writings have been featured in print in National Interest, Weekly Standard, National Affairs, American Conservative, Claremont Review of Books, Modern Age, Detroit News, Los Angeles Times, and Cambridge Review of International Affairs, and online at City Journal, National Review, Daily Caller, Federalist, Tablet, American, War on the Rocks, Times of Israel, American Mind, and Key Reporter.