Kaise Dualeh is a junior in Yale College studying Global Affairs with a certificate in Human Rights from Yale Law School. He is primarily interested in understanding American foreign intervention abroad, particularly in the MENA and East Africa regions, as well as the application of international law in the United States. On campus, Kaise serves as President of the Yale International Relations Association, the largest undergraduate organization on campus, where he oversees the organization’s educational and conference programming on four continents. Kaise is originally from Falls Church, VA but currently lives in Tunis, Tunisia. Upon graduation, he plans on pursuing post-graduate education in either law or international relations and working at the intersection of law and foreign policy.