Scott Firsing

Scott Firsing is an American who has lived in South Africa for over seven years. He currently serves as the director of the North American International School (NAIS) in Pretoria, and previously headed the international studies department at Monash University South Africa. In addition to his current roles at NAIS and YPIA, Scott is the founder and CEO of LINK Advisory, a consulting company that assists American entrepreneurs and businesses looking to enter into the African market. Furthermore, he is an adjunct research fellow at Monash.

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Africa, and the World, Not Ready to Address CBRN

09.04.16
  • How the U.S. is Expanding its Fight Against Extremism in Africa

    10.04.15
  • The Growing Link Between Intelligence Communities and Academia

    10.02.15
  • South Africa and Africa’s Place in America’s Security Strategy

    05.05.15
  • America is Being Hit on the Head by BRICS

    04.18.15
  • U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit: Focus turns to Africa

    08.01.14
  • Remembering Mandela’s Foreign Policy

    12.06.13
  • How African Youth View the United States

    12.04.13
  • Young Professionals Making an Impact in Africa

    10.01.13
  • Uncle Sam, Uncle Bob and Zimbabwe’s Elections

    07.29.13
  • 2013 Top Young Celebrities Helping Africa

    04.23.13
  • Obama’s 2013 Africa Visit

    04.10.13
  • BRICS, the United States and Africa

    02.06.13
  • U.S. Must Tread Carefully in Zimbabwe

    08.23.12
  • How UN Peacekeeping in the Eastern DRC Blurs the Line

    07.14.12
  • Should Boko Haram be Designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization?

    06.13.12
  • YPIA’s Top 35 Under 35

    05.18.12
  • A New ‘Rough Patch’ in U.S.-South Africa Relations

    05.04.12
  • Africa Needs its Own BRICS aka KENSA

    04.23.12
  • Africa, Nuclear Security and the 2012 Summit

    02.29.12
  • Like Two Toddlers Fighting

    11.28.11
  • U.S. Helps Uganda, Does What’s Right

    10.23.11
  • BRICS are Conquering the Developing World and Space is Next

    10.03.11
  • The Upcoming Palestinian Vote

    09.02.11