Rafizadeh@fas.harvard.edu / email@example.com Majid Rafizadeh
Majid Rafizadeh, is an American political scientist, scholar, policy analyst, author, expert and commentator on US foreign policy and Middle East. Rafizadeh is president and diector of the International American Council on the Middle East and serves on the board of the Harvard International Review. Rafizadeh is originally from the Islamic Republic of Iran and Syria. Rafizadeh is also a senior fellow at Nonviolence International and a member of the Gulf 2000 Middle East Project of the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.
Frequently called upon to brief U.S., EU, and Asian officials about US foreign policy and Middle Eastern affairs, Rafizadeh has been recepient of several fellowships and scholarships including from Oxford University, University of California Santa Barbara, Annenberg University, and Fulbright Teaching scholarship. His analysis and research are regularly used to brief various institutions and parliaments including the UK Parliament. Rafizadeh is a columnist, journalist and human rights activist.
As a political scientist and scholar, Rafizadeh regularly appears on national and international outlets including CNN,BBC World TV and Radio, ABC, Aljazeera, Fox News, CTV, RT, CCTV America, Skynews, CTV, and France 24International. He is frequently quoted and writes for academic and non-academic publications such as New York Times International, Los Angeles Times, CNN, Fareed Zakaria GPS, The Atlantic, Foreign Policy, The Nation, Aljazeera, The Daily Beast, Huffington Post, The Nation, Jerusalem Post, The Economic Times, USA Today Yale Journal of International Affairs, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, and Harvard International Review, to name a few.
As a public speaker, he is invited to speak at universities, academic, non-academic and diplomatic conferences such as Austrian-American foundation and Milton Wolf Seminar on Diplomacy in Vienna.
His interviews and works have been translated to several languages including French, Spanish, Arabic, Persian and Russian.
His languages are: English, Arabic, Persian, French, Hebrew and Dari.
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