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Brian Frydenborg grew up near New York City. He received his Master of Science in Peace Operations from George Mason University's School of Public Policy in 2011 and his Bachelor of Arts in History and Politics from Washington and Lee University in 2004. He has studied abroad in Israel, the West Bank, Liberia, and Japan, interned in the United States Senate, and has written numerous papers on history, public policy, and international affairs. He is currently pursuing a career in international development / international affairs and lives in the Washington, DC., metropolitan area.
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Israel, West Bank, Liberia, Japan
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-“The Ancient Roman Legal and Political Legacy in the Founding of America” Self-published – August 2012
-“The Friend of Our Enemy is Our Friend?” Spice Magazine Online – June 2008
-“Pakistan’s Frightening Crystal Ball” Parts I and II, Spice Magazine Online – Winter 2007-2008
-“Rome and the Barbarians, America and the Terrorists” Washington and Lee Political Review – Spring 2007
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