Nadav Morag blogs on intelligence, counterterrorism and Middle Eastern affairs.
In 2001, Nadav took up a position, initially as Senior Director for Domestic Policy and subsequently as Senior Director for Foreign Policy, at Israel’s National Security Council, Prime Minister’s Office.
At the Israeli NSC, Nadav worked with a team of ten other senior officials from the Israeli Military, Domestic Security Service, Mossad, Foreign Ministry and Police developing policy recommendations based on intelligence and other sources for then Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on matters of national security including counterterrorism policy, bilateral security relations with a number of regional countries and Europe and the development of a national security policy for the Israeli national police.
Morag is a faculty member and Deputy Director for Policy Research at the Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS), United States Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. He teaches senior federal, state and local homeland security officials selected and funded by the Department of Homeland Security within the context of the center’s MA in Homeland Security program (the only program in the country under the auspices of DHS).
He also serves as a Senior Fellow at The George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute (HSPI), as University Dean of Security Studies for Colorado Tech, and works on various projects for DHS and the Department of Defense.
He is the author of Comparative Homeland Security: Global Lessons (Wiley and Sons, 2011) and has authored articles and book chapters on terrorism, strategy and the Middle East.
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