Mark Dubowitz is quite a well known political figure who heads an organization known as the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. He is also in charge of centres on illicit finance and sanctions for the FDD and is known to have a great deal of expertise on sanctions against Iran. Mark Dubowitz is a US Citizen. He was born in the country of South Africa and raised in the city of Toronto in Canada. Mark Dubowitz holds an MA in International Studies from the Johns Hopkins University and an MBA from University of Toronto. He also holds a law degree from the University of Toronto and spent a considerable part of his early life by working as an attorney for technology start ups based in Toronto and also as a venture capitalist.
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Apart from being a vital part of American politics, Mark Dubowtiz is also known to spend a lot of his time in teaching and researching on politics. He is a senior researcher as well as a lecturer at the famous Munk School on international affairs, run by the University of Toronto. Most of his research is focused around areas such as Iran’s nuclear program, sanctions and international negotiations. Mark Dubowitz has many well-known publications to his credit. He has co authored more than twenty studies that have been carried out on economic sanctions specifically and co chairs a research project that focuses on non proliferation strategies of the USA and the Middle East.
Mark Dubowitz is particular famous for many of his opinion pieces on nuclear politics with special reference to Iran. He has written a number of such opinion articles for the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, all of which have been extremely well received by political commentators in the USA and other countries of the globe.