Dr. Alexander Mirtchev
Knowledge. Integrity. Results.

Dr. Alexander Mirtchev is a U.S. academic and a prominent expert in international economic policy and geopolitics.

Dr. Mirtchev is a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. He serves as a vice chair to the Atlantic Council of the United States, where he also serves on the Board of Directors, the Executive and Strategy Committees and the Advisory Committee to the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security.  Dr. Mirtchev is member of the James Madison Council at the Library of Congress. 

Dr. Mirtchev is a Founding Member of the Kissinger Institute on China and the U.S. Council at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, where he also served as a member of the Wilson National Cabinet. He contributed to the international defense and global economic security policy realm as Vice-President of the Royal United Services Institute for Defense and Security, RUSI, the most venerable UK global security think tank. He also served as Executive Chairman of RUSI International.

As the President of Krull Corp., Dr. Mirtchev is actively engaged in macroeconomics,, geopolitics and emerging security trends and policy challenges. During the course of his business career, Dr. Mirtchev served as Chairman of Sustainable Development Fund, Board member of a Sovereign Wealth Fund, as Chairman of a high-end risk-mitigation services joint venture with a NASDAQ-listed corporation and as Director at a top-rated Washington, D.C. international law firm concentrating on international trade remedy proceedings as well as WTO negotiations, among other notable positions.

Alexander Mirtchev obtained an LL.M. degree in International and Comparative Law at George Washington University, a Ph.D. in Philosophy from St. Kliment Ohridski University and studied economics and finance at the London School of Economics, Boston University and Harvard Business School.

He enjoys classical philosophy, opera, painting, and is collecting Noel Coward artwork and ancient Greek Tanagra figurines.