Matthew R. J. Brodsky
Matthew R.J. Brodsky is a Middle East expert, geopolitical analyst. Previously, he was the Director of Policy for the Washington, DC-based think tank, the Jewish Policy Center (JPC) and Editor of the JPC's journal, inFOCUS Quarterly. Before joining the JPC, Mr. Brodsky was a Legacy Heritage Fellow at the American Foreign Policy Council (AFPC). He has briefed members of Congress, the Department of State, the Department of Defense, Special Operations Command, and the National Security Council.
Mr. Brodsky has published numerous scholarly journal articles, international and national newspaper editorials, and magazine features, and wrote the chapter on Syria in the AFPC's World Almanac of Islamism (2011 & 2014). He is also a frequent contributor to the National Review, the Jerusalem Post, the National Interest, the Federalist, and the Hill. He also has been interviewed as a Middle East subject expert in newspapers internationally, on television news outlets, and nationally syndicated radio shows. A specialist in Middle East affairs and Arab politics, he graduated with magna cum laude honors with a Master of Arts degree in Middle East History from Tel Aviv University.
He can be followed on Twitter: @RJBrodsky