Joshua Jacobs graduated from the University of Oxford in 2013, before working in the UK Parliament as Researcher to the Prime Minister’s Envoy to the Sahel. In this role he focused on the politics of Mali and Niger, as well as on British energy security. He now works as a freelance journalist with a particular interest in the intersection of politics and human rights issues. Other internship and professional experience include stints at Haaretz newspaper in Tel Aviv, The Independent in London, and a Washington, DC foreign policy think tank. At Yale, he specializes in U.S. foreign policy and international law, particularly as they relate to military intervention and engagement with multilateral institutions. He speaks fluent French and Spanish, and gets by in modern Hebrew.