Andrew Trabulsi is an expert in geopolitical analysis and corporate strategy, focused on the impacts of non-state actors and emerging technologies on business and political affairs. He is sought after for global engagements on commercial and policy-related topics across the public, private, and social sectors. Andrew's work and research has been featured by The Economist, the World Economic Forum, nationally-syndicated podcasts and media, and numerous government-sponsored publications.

His consulting and research focuses on a range of technological and global security issues, including the rise of violent non-state actors and their influence on geopolitics, recruitment and operational tactics of drug cartels and terrorist organizations, and the use of information operations and social media to alter modern politics.


His first book, Warlords, Inc., on the broad topic of violent extremism, economic development, and the future of geopolitics, was published in 2015.