Suzanne Maloney

Brookings Institution

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Suzanne Maloney is Deputy Director of Foreign Policy at the Brookings Institution and the author of Iran's Long Reach: Iran as a Pivotal State in the Muslim World. She has formerly served on the Secretary of State's policy planning staff, and as Middle East advisor for ExxonMobil Corporation.

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