Abraham H. Miller is a Distinguished Fellow with the Haym Salomon Center and an emeritus professor of political science, University of Cincinnati. He served on the faculty of the University of California, Davis and the University of Illinois, Urbana. A specialist in the study of terrorism and political intelligence, he has been a consultant to and academic fellow with the National Institute of Justice. He has also been a Bradley Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. His academic work appears in numerous prestigious, peer-reviewed journals, including the American Political Science Review. As a student of political violence, his work on the black urban riots of the 1960s won a Pi Sigma Alpha Award from the Western Political Science Association.
As an editorial essayist, he has written for numerous popular blogs and print venues, including the New York Daily News, The Hill and San Francisco Chronicle. His editorial writing has been syndicated here and abroad in non-English language outlets. He is the author of, Fourteenth Street: A Chicago Story, a recent work of political fiction.