Graduate researcher of Russian and East European Studies at St. Antony's College, University of Oxford focusing on foreign policy, defense capabilities, and security alliances. Also providing strategic and operational support to clients in the United States and Europe for proficiency in defense structures and security development, largely as related to the former Soviet space.
Conducted field research in Eastern Europe on the 2008 Russo-Georgian War and Crimea Annexation. Member of the Center for International Maritime Security and authoring assessments on security issues, conflict, and strategy with Global Security Review, Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Bear Market Brief Russia, and the Journal of Political Risk. Also Adviser and Senior Editor for Russian and East European Affairs with The International Scholar.
Read international relations, international conflict and organization, and Russian language as an Associate Member of Oxford University’s Keble College. Summa cum laude graduate in international relations and Russian at the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia in the United States.