I am a political analyst and a commentator based in Toronto. I studied philosophy and history, and wrote his MA thesis on the topic of freedom as opportunity sets. My areas of interest include political philosophy of classical liberalism and utilitarianism, development of liberal political systems around the world, as well as international relations.
I have worked on numerous political campaigns on all levels of government, specializing on strategy, data analysis and communications.
In addition, I have also been actively involved in multiple projects focused on human rights and democracy in Russia and former Soviet republics. The question of how to make liberal, democratic and free market systems function well in states that were subjected to decades of authoritarianism and planned economy was always of big interest to me.
I have articles published in a number of Canadian publications including National Post, Toronto Sun, National Newswatch, iPolitics, and more.
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