Dr. Majid Rafizadeh is an Iranian-American political scientist, author, business advisor, public speaker and president of the International American Council. Harvard-educated, he serves on the board of several international institutions, including the Harvard International Review (Harvard University) and the US-Middle East Chamber of Business and Commerce.Rafizadeh grew up most of his life in the Muslim world (both Sunni and Shiites nations) and recently came to the US. He is the author of several books, including the memoir, "The Muslim Renegade: A Memoir of Struggle, Defiance, and Enlightenment" and "US foreign Policy: Syria, ISIS, and The Middle East." Dr. Rafizadeh can be reached at [email protected]
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