Naveed Jamali

Naveed Jamali


Senior Fellow - Program on National Security

Research Areas:

Intelligence, Russia

Naveed Jamali
, formerly a Senior Fellow in the Program on National Security at FPRI and Contributor for MSNBC focusing on intelligence, national security, and Russia. Previously, he was a Special Contributor for Military Times and has been a reoccurring guest on Fox and CNN. His writings have appeared in the NY Daily News, Business Insider, Gawker, and Military Times
He is the author of How to Catch a Russian Spy (movie rights to 20th Century Fox) an autobiographical account of working as a double agent for the FBI against Russian military intelligence. After getting to play the role of a real life James Bond, Naveed accepted a commission in the U.S. Navy where he continues to serve as a reserve intelligence officer and has no intention of traveling to Russia anytime soon.

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