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Mr. Grееnberg has a professional background as a Geopolitical and Intelligence Analyst at Acumen Foresight; Content Analyst at Intuview; Adjunct Research Fellow at the Institute for Policy and Strategy IDC, Herzliya; Intelligence officer at IDF and as a Translator and Researcher. Since 20I0 he provides interviews on Middle Eastern issues and global politics in multiple languages to international media such as Alhurra and RT Arabic.

He has native and highly proficient command in Hebrew, Russian, Arabic, English, French, Persian, Spanish, Italian and Polish with a working knowledge in Portuguese, German, Urdu, Turkish and Indonesian.

As a Geopolitical and Intelligence Analyst his work was related to translation, research, analysis and intelligence regarding the Middle East, North Africa and Russia. His responsibilities included intelligence gathering and analysis, OSINT, WEBINT and preparation of periodic intelligence assessment reports and oral briefings with clients.

Mr. Greenberg is a PhD candidate at the Tel-Aviv University, Department of Middle Eastern History, with a research topic “Religious Thought in Iran before the Islamic Revolution”. He obtained his master’s and bachelor’s degree from the Hebrew University, the Department of Arabic Language and Literature and the Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies. Mr. Grinberg speaks nine languages and has a working knowledge of five more.

Alexander Greenberg has attended many conferences on the topic of Geopolitics, Religious Identities, Muslim States, Islamic Movements etc. He has publications on the Islamic Fundamentalism: Ideological Sources (2018); “From Syria to Skripal’s poisoning: Russia’s ‘Mafia style’ tactics” (2018); “Saudi Reset with Iraq” (2017); “Pre-revolutionary Islamic discourse in Iran as nationalism. Islamism in Iran as nationalism” in Constructing Nationalism in Iran: from Qajars to the Islamic Republic (Routledge: London, 2017); “Iranian Reformists: Between Moderation and Revolution” (2016); “Iran and Russia: Similarities and Implications for Decision-making” (2015); “Rouhani recycled” (2013); “The Concept of Deterrence in Muslim and Arab Thought-Iran” (2012).

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