Jamie Levin is the Israel Institute post-doctoral fellow at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at University of Washington. Jamie’s research lies at the intersection of international peacemaking and the use of force in international relations. His PhD research focused on the role of weapons in the resolution of civil wars. His post-doctoral research explores the evolution of Israeli diplomacy regarding the use of force. His work has been published in the Journal of Peace Conflict and Development, International Politics, International Peacekeeping, International Studies Review, The Palestine Israel Journal, The Toronto Star, The National Post, Ha’aretz, The Jerusalem Post, and The Walrus.
- University of Toronto,, Ph.D.,
- London School of Economics, Ms.C.,
- Trent University, B.A.,