Adam Stein ’21 is a double concentrator in Middle East Studies and International Relations from Chappaqua, New York. His Middle East Studies capstone project discusses the status of Iran’s Jewish community following the Islamic Revolution. This project reflects some of his broader academic interests in legal history, Middle Eastern ethnic and religious minorities, and Israel-Iran relations. He also recently completed an International Relations capstone project about the ways in which the Biden administration can implement a more effective humanitarian response to the Yemeni Civil War. On campus, Adam is a managing editor of the Brown Journal of World Affairs. Beginning this fall, he will be continuing his education at the University of Pennsylvania, where in addition to pursuing a JD from Penn Law as a Dean’s Scholar, he will also be working toward an MA in international studies at the Lauder Institute. Adam was awarded the Award for Excellence in the Study of Hebrew from the Judaic Studies program.