With rising tensions between Turkey and Kurdish groups in Iraq and Syria, critical energy infrastructure is increasingly at risk ofRead more
Lillian Aronson is a fellow in the Future Leaders Program at the Hungarian Institute of International Affairs in Budapest. At the institute, she analyzes the politics of the Middle East and North Africa and the implications for Europe. She has a Master's degree in International Affairs from the Pennsylvania State University, where she specialized in Middle Eastern security studies. She also holds a Bachelor's degree in International Politics from the same university.