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Alexander Corbeil is a research advisor with Public Safety Canada, focused on countering terrorist use of the internet. He is also a Digital Fellow with the Montreal Institute for Genocide Studies at Concordia University, and a Lecturer at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University.
Alexander has managed open source intelligence projects covering conflict, violent extremism and electoral integrity in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Latin America. He has written extensively on Hezbollah and has conducted interviews with members of its military wing, published in Foreign Affairs and by the Carnegie Endowment for International Affairs.
Alexander holds a Master’s degree in Political Science and an honours Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Near and Middle East Civilizations from the University of Toronto.