Faisal Al Saud is a junior majoring in political science and modern Middle East studies and is receiving a certificate in human rights. His interests lie in public international law, transitional justice, shifting power dynamics in the Middle East, and human rights in religious systems and societies. On campus, Faisal is coeditor in chief of the Yale Review of International Studies and the Yale Human Rights Journal. He also serves as a researcher with the Lowenstein Project and is an Executive Board member of the Yale International Relations Association. Faisal has previously served as a research assistant at Yale Law School and as vice president of the Yale Arab Students Association. Outside of Yale, he has interned at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan and at the United Nations Headquarters. Faisal hopes to use his time in Grand Strategy to investigate the process of fostering intercultural understanding in transnational legal institutions.