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Steven Miller

Author of Food & Wine Magazine's Official Wine Guide 2000

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Steven Miller brings his keen understanding of the Arab world to his work as a Research Associate at FDD. As part of his work, he monitors and analyzes the Arabic language press in order to help FDD scholars identify and remain ahead of the curve on issues that are under-reported in the Western media. He is also conducting research related to ideology and online media in Saudi Arabia. His translations of Arabic language articles have been referenced in the media.

Prior to joining FDD, Steve was a policy analyst at the Institute for Gulf Affairs in Washington, D.C., a think-tank that focuses on the Arab states of the Persian Gulf.

Steve earned his B.A. from Indiana University, where he studied Economics and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, including classical Arabic. He has traveled widely throughout the Middle East.
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