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Alana Mitias is the assistant director of the Atlantic Council’s Strategic Litigation Project. The Strategic Litigation Project works on prevention and accountability efforts for atrocity crimes, human rights violations, terrorism and corruption offenses around the world.

Prior to joining the Atlantic Council, she held internships with the Security Assistance Monitor at the Center for International Policy and the Middle East Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. She studied Arabic in Amman, Jordan, where she worked as an intern for an educational non-profit.

Mitias holds bachelor’s degrees in international studies and Arabic from the University of Mississippi’s Croft Institute for International Studies, with concentrations in the politics and governance of the Middle East, human rights, and international law.