I'm currently a Policy Analyst at the Institute of Economic Affairs and a Senior Fellow at African Liberty. Formerly, I was a Research Associate at the Cato Institute's Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity and Foreign Policy Fellow for Young Voices.  I often write about economic freedom, African development, and global well-being. I also wrote the HumanProgress.org's Heroes of Progress column.

My works have been translated into multiple languages and have been featured in: The Washington Times, Reason, National Interest, Washington Examiner, CityAM, News 24, Newsweek, CapX, El Cato, Business Insider SSA, FEE, Contrepoints, the Cato Institute website and the HumanProgress.org blog.

Clips of my media appearances can be found here.

Feel free to contact me here.


Oct 09, 2019

American Businesses Shouldn't Give in to Chinese Censorship

"The U.S. consumer should take a firm stand and potentially boycott those organizations that continue to give in to the draconian whims of the Communist Party."

Heroes of Progress

Heroes of Progress is a series of articles I have recently finished writing for HumanProgress.org. The bi-weekly column provides a short introduction to unsung heroes who have made an extraordinary contribution to the well-being of humanity.

So far, the column has been well received and has been praised by many public figures including Bill Gates, Steven Pinker, and Jordan Peterson, to name a few. 

As there are now fifty articles, I am looking to turn the column into a short book. 

Pt. 20: David Nalin

Introducing the man who developed the formula for ORT and helped to spread its use around the world, David Nalin.


Pt. 19: Louis Pastuer

Introducing the man who is commonly dubbed "the father of microbiology," Louis Pasteur.


Pt. 18: Paul Hermann Muller

Introducing the man who discovered the insecticide qualities of DDT, Paul Hermann Müller.


Contact Me

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