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You’ve reached my portfolio site. I am a recent graduate from the American University School of International Service, where I received a Master’s degree in Comparative and Regional Studies, with a focus on national identity and populism.

Check out some of my work below, featuring writings on Central/Eastern Europe and Latin America.

  • Announcing the launch of Vox Industria

    I’m proud to announce the launch of a new project, Vox Industria.


    Vox Industria is a destination to make sense of the dynamic implications of the energy sector. Energy is one of the most fundamental components of statehood; underlying everything from public welfare and national security to its role as a frequent target for corruption, or as a tool to exert influence abroad.

    In short, it is one of the most complex and important aspects of society.

    The fallout from the War in Ukraine has only added urgency and uncertainty to the already elevated field of energy and resource transition. I have partnered with a colleague to develop an insightful publication that delves into deeper analysis than standard news services can capture.

    We hope to you see you there.

Hierarchical Identity: Cohesion and the nation-state

2100 words, 7 min
2019, Frameworks of Comparative Politics

Party Fragmentation in Democratic Systems

2500 words, 10 min
2020, Intl Affairs Statistics and Methods

Democratic Hollowing in Lithuania

7180 words, 24 min
2020, Democratic Decay and Authoritarianism

Media Freedom in Czechia, Poland, and Hungary

4240 words, 14 min
2019, Frameworks of Comparative Politics