I received my B.A. in Intercultural European and American Studies in Germany, graduating with interdisciplinary research in political science, sociology, and history.
Subsequent graduate work in International and European Relations lead me to Sweden, and beyond that, to universities in Italy and Eastern Europe, where I have conducted further research in International Relations.
After a career in the international corporate and the publishing world, I began working as an independent political analyst, writer, and researcher, serving clients worldwide in the media, the publishing as well as the academic industry.
My work mainly revolves around factor components (computing variables bundles) and its connection to underresearched cultural accelerators in social conflict and international crisis momenta.
I am currently based in Washington, D.C.