Wikistrat Expert Maj. Gen. Mahmoud Morsi

Maj. Gen. Mahmoud Morsi

Geostrategic Adviser and Lecturer of Middle East Military, Political and Economic Expert Matter, and Intelligence and Defence at Nasser Military Academy

General Mahmoud Morsi is currently a part time analyst for a strategic defense studies center at Nasser Military academy. In addition, he is a supervisor for foreign members in the defense college and also a member of the Chatham House in London. He contributes commentary and analysis to Nile TV news. His areas of expertise includes risk assessment, strategic planning and management, geopolitical and military analysis, open-source research, intelligence outlook, and security in a broad situation or a specific crisis.

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Biography

General Mahmoud Morsi is a part-time analyst for the Strategic Defense Studies Center at Nasser Military Academy. He is also a member of the Chatham House in London. He contributes commentary and analysis to Nile TV news. His areas of expertise include risk assessment, strategic planning and management, geopolitical and military analysis, open-source research, intelligence outlook, and security in broad situations or a specific crisis.

General Morsi has also worked as a political and military analyst for many firms around the world. He has 30 years of experience in the Egyptian Army, most recently as the head of the Air Defense Recon Department.

Wikistrat Analytic Community
Maj. General Mahmood Morsi is a Senior Analyst in Wikistrat’s Analytic Community

Academic Qualifications:
Ph.D in Defense Studies, Nasser Military Academy, National Defense College
M.A in International Relations, Royal College of Defense Studies

Areas of Expertise:
Military Forces
Strategy and Operations
Defense Industries
Military History
Egyptian Political and Economic Changes
Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Regimes

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/m155m

LinkedIn:
https://eg.linkedin.com/in/mahmoud-morsi-72284719

Contact:
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