Sean Falvey analyzes North Africa, the Levant, and the Arab Gulf in regards to issues of Human Rights, Climate Change, Terrorism, Radical Islamic Thought, and Sustainability. Falvey is currently majoring in Political Science with a concentration in Middle East Policy and a minor in Arabic at Quinnipiac University. He has conducted research and written papers on the Israel-Palestine conflict, Post-Colonial Africa and Middle East, the Arab Spring, demographics of the Middle East and North Africa, as well as Human Rights issues in the region. Falvey is currently studying foreign policy through the American University School of Professional and Extended Studies for the Spring of 2017, conducting research on renewable energy markets globally. Falvey was born in Connecticut and currently resides there permanently. He has also studied Italian, Mandarin, and is currently studying Arabic.