Gregg Carlstrom

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Gregg Carlstrom Bio

Gregg Carlstrom is a media personality and author serving as a middle east correspondent for The Economist, based in Cairo and covering the region from Morocco to the Gulf. He previously worked as a correspondent for The Times.

Gregg Carlstrom Age

His actual age is unknown.

Gregg Carlstrom Education

He graduated from Northwestern University in 2007.

Gregg Carlstrom Wife

Carlstrom keeps his personal life private, his marital status is unknown.

Gregg Carlstrom The Economist

Gregg is a Middle East correspondent for The Economist, based in Dubai. He has covered the region for more than a decade, with stints in Cairo, Beirut and Tel Aviv. He previously worked as a correspondent for The Times. His reporting and analysis on the Middle East has been published in a number of other publications, including Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, The Atlantic, Newsweek, Politico, New York, GlobalPost, The National, PRI, the San Francisco Chronicle, World Politics Review, Columbia Journalism Review, MERIP.

Gregg Carlstrom Book

He is the author of “How Long Will Israel Survive: The Threat From Within,” was published in 2017. The book steps away from the conflict with the Palestinians to look at Israel’s internal problems: how a once-unified population now fights internecine battles—over religion and state, war and peace, race and identity—contesting the very notion of a “Jewish and democratic” state.

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