Guy Zohar is an international relations scholar from Bar-Ilan University, Israel. His theoretical expertise include fanaticism, the dynamics of radicalization, and conflict processes in world politics. In addition, he also studies the use of simulations as a research and teaching tool in international relations. Zohar's main empirical interests are World War II, especially Nazi Germany, and the Arab-Israel conflict. In his research, Zohar inclines towards historical in-depth analysis, although he often employs diverse research approaches, including qualitative, quantitative, and experimental methods. Zohar's current research agenda involves several topics such as the phenomenon of barbarization in world politics, the dynamics of fanaticism in the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich, and the use of technology by fanatic state and nonstate actors.