James J. Zogby is the author of Arab Voices: What They are Saying to Us, and Why it Matters (2010), and the Founder and President of the Arab American Institute (AAI), a Washington D.C.–based organization which serves as a political and policy research arm of the Arab American community. He is a Senior Analyst at Zogby International and a lecturer and scholar on Middle East issues. He is also member of the Executive Committee of the Democratic National Committee.
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