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Dr. Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed is Executive Director of the Institute for Policy Research & Development in London, an independent transdisciplinary research network promoting equality, sustainability and security. Nafeez is also a bestselling author and international security analyst specialising in the historical sociology and political ecology of mass violence. He has taught at the Department of International Relations, University of Sussex, and lectured at Brunel University's Politics & History Unit at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels for courses in international relations theory, contemporary history, empire and globalization. His work has been endorsed by the likes of Gore Vidal, John Pilger, Howard Zinn, Vandana Shiva, Robert W. McChesney, Robert Jensen, Michael Meacher, Bryan Appleyard, and many others.
Nafeez has also written for the Independent on Sunday, New Statesman, Prospect Magazine, Le Monde Diplomatique, International Affairs (Chatham House), New Internationalist, Muslim News, Raw Story, New Criminologist, Daily News Egypt, Pakistan Observer, and Tehran Times; and is a regular expert commentator for BBC News 24, BBC World News with George Alagiah, BBC Radio Five Live, BBC Radio Four, BBC World Today, BBC Asian Network, Channel 4, Sky News, C-SPAN Book TV, CNN, FOX News, Bloomberg, PBS Foreign Exchange, Al-Jazeera English, Press TV, Islam Channel and hundreds of other radio and TV shows in the USA, UK, and Europe. He is also cited and reviewed in the Sunday Times, Times Higher Educational Supplement, The Independent, Independent on Sunday, The Observer, Guardian, Big Issue Magazine, Vanity Fair, New York Observer, among others, as well as dozens of peer-reviewed social science journals.