Alexander Azadgan

Alexander Azadgan is a multi-awarded professor of Strategic Global Management & International Political Economy. He is also a senior geopolitical analyst with Iran’s Press TV, Russia’s Radio Sputnik (English & Persian desk), China’s CCTV (CGTN America), as well as other alternative and non-mainstream media outlets. His expertise is in international relations, geo-economics, geopolitics, as well as cultural, religious, and sociological aspects and angles of things, especially those pertaining to the following regions where he specializes in: The Middle East, East Asia, Eurasia, Europe, and North America.
 
Professor Azadgan is also a regular senior lecturer with several cuttingedge Iranian think-tanks such as the Institute of Humanities & Cultural Studies (IHCS), Caucasus Studies Institute (CSI), Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism (ADVT), Iranian Institute for European & American Studies (Iran-EURICA), Andeesheh Sazaneh Noor (a thinktank associated with the Iranian Parliament), and Tooloo-eh Hagh Group (a think-tank associated with Iran’s prestigious Sharif University & Amir Kabir University), just to name a few. He is also a contributing writer with USAReally.com, Russia’s Katehon and Geopolitica think-tanks. He is a former Editor-at-Large with ImperiaNews.com. In addition, he is a regular keynote speaker at major international conferences & symposiums.

Professor Azadgan speaks five languages - fluent in three. His work, i.e. peer-reviewed academic articles, commentaries, and op-ed pieces, are regularly published in various publications in several languages. He has also won numerous teaching awards, including the prestigious “Influential Educator Recognition Award” at UCI (University of California Irvine). Professor Azadgan is an American of Iranian descent and is based in Southern California. He can be directly reached through his website www.AlexanderAzadgan.com as well as via social media: www.facebook.com/alexander.azadgan and www.instagram.com/alexander_azadgan

Author publications

Title Date Languagesort descending
The Many Geopolitical Miscalculations of Saudi Arabia 07.10.2016 English
Iran in focus 11.04.2016 English
What’s Behind Trump Timing in Declaring Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital 08.12.2017 English
The Iranian Parliamentary & the Assembly of Experts Elections and Their Consequences 03.03.2016 English
A Short Analysis of the Utter Savagery in Nice: France, Vous Êtes Une Grande Hypocrite 22.07.2016 English
A Brief Summary of the Rothschild Crime Syndicate’s Activities in the Middle East and Elsewhere 13.09.2016 English
Mainstream Media is at the Beck and Call of the Military Industrial Complex & the Washington Warmonger 31.10.2016 English
Edging Closer to World War III or Washington’s Desperate Rabble Rousing? 19.10.2016 English
A Critique of President Obama’s Farewell Speech 12.01.2017 English
A Naked Reality of the Modern World’s Social, Political, and Economic Order 08.05.2018 English
Iran in Focus. Part II 12.04.2016 English
NATO is now ISIS’s Air Force 26.09.2016 English
The Democrats have no one to blame but themselves 27.12.2016 English
UN's 128-9 slap in the face of the Zionist-on-Steroids Trump Administration 24.12.2017 English
The Geopolitics of the Russian Withdrawal from Syria 16.03.2016 English
The Inevitable Upcoming Crash of the Global Financial System 26.04.2017 English
Why Is Erdogan Shifting the Coup Blame to Fethullah Gulen? 18.07.2016 English
Why Is Israel in Alliance With Jabhat-Al-Nusra? 30.08.2016 English
A Message of Hope at the Possible Threshold of WWIII: Our Hope & Toil Against Their ORDO AB CHAO 20.10.2016 English
Trump’s Wall and the Neoliberalist Agenda: A Brief Analysis 31.01.2017 English
Misplaced Outrage Over Peaceful Protest & the Rabblerousing of Trump 19.06.2018 English
Why is the Former US House Speaker Lending His Support to the Paris-Based MKO Terrorists? 04.08.2016 English
NATO IS NOW ISIS’S AIR FORCE 27.09.2016 English
The Unmaking of Libya & NATO’s Unabashed Hubris 16.02.2018 English
Great Expectations for America 11.11.2016 English

Pages