Glen Feder received his doctorate at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne in the Department of Philosophy. Specializing in political philosophy, he wrote his dissertation on a comparative analysis of Tocqueville and Nietzsche on democracy. Glen also has Masters degrees from École des hautes études en sciences sociales and the University of Chicago. He has taught at the Washington Center and the University of Paris VIII, and has published widely on antisemitism in France as well as on democracy and its various critics, spanning from Nietzsche to radical Islamist ideology. He has also worked for several think tanks and NGOs, including The Investigative Project on Terrorism, The Israel Project, the Joint Distribution Committee, and the Shalem Center (now Shalem College), and has briefed the U.S. government and law enforcement on timely national security issues.