Alexander Mirtchev

Dr. Alexander Mirtchev is a U.S. academic and executive working in the area of global economic security, energy and geopolitics.

He is a Vice chair of the board of directors at the Atlantic Council of the United States, member of the Executive and Strategy Committees and the Advisory Council of the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. Mirtchev also contributed to the international defense and global economic security policy realm as Vice President of the UK’s Royal United Services Institute for Defense and Security, RUSI, and as Executive Chairman of RUSI International.

Mirtchev is a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the SCHAR School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. He is a founding council member of the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars where he also served as a member of the Wilson National Cabinet and Senior Fellow.

Dr. Mirtchev is the President of Krull+, a macroeconomic consultancy focused on emerging economic security trends and policy challenges.

He is the author of several monographs and numerous policy articles, has served as editor and publisher of academic journals and has appeared as an analyst in major international media.

Mirtchev is a member of James Madison Council at the Library of Congress. He enjoys classical philosophy, opera, and painting, and is a curator of ancient Greek Tanagra figurines.

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