Areas of Expertise:
Middle East | Iran | U.S. foreign policy | comparative law
Benjamin Radd, a lecturer in global studies, international and area studies, and political science in the UCLA College, is an authority on government and politics in the Middle East, particularly Iran, and U.S. foreign policy.
He is currently a research fellow with the UCLA Center for Middle East Development, is a member of the UCLA International Institute and is teaching at UCLA School of Law.
Radd has been interviewed by CNBC, Newsweek and other major media outlets about American policy in the Middle East.