Alexander Corbeil

Alexander Corbeil is a Vice President of the NATO Association of Canada. He previously worked at Public Safety Canada’s Canda Centre for Community Engagement and Prevention of Violence, where he led policy development to address violent extremist and terrorist use of the internet. Alexander was also a contract instructor at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, where he taught graduate courses on terrorism and the history of intelligence. Prior to his employment with the Government of Canada and Carleton University, Alexander led open source and social media intelligence projects for a private intelligence firm.

His writing has appeared in Foreign Affairs, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, The Globe and Mail, and CTC Sentinel. Alexander has also been interviewed by TIME Magazine, Voice of America, Vice News and CTV News. He holds a masters and bachelors degree from the University of Toronto.


  • NATO Association of Canada

    The NATO Association of Canada (NAOC) strives to educate and engage Canadians about NATO and its goals of peace, prosperity and security. The NAOC ensures Canada has an informed citizenry able to participate in discussions about its role on the world stage.