About Me

I’m a freelance writer and podcast host based in Lima, Peru. I have been writing about different topics from the intersection between independent cinema and the black market to social movements in Latin America. You can contact me to commission me a piece for your publication or be a guest for your podcast. Contact: Mail or Twitter

Writings

The National Interest

Why Bernie Sanders Doesn’t Have a Socialist Foreign Policy?

Don’t Count Jill Stein Out?

The American Conservative

Liberalism Has Lost Its Soul

CounterPunch

The Death of McGovernism

Jim Webb, the Green Party and the Future of the Left

Meet the Sanderistas Running for Congress

Foreign Intervention is a Bad Idea

The Practical’s Case for a Single Payer Healthcare

DACA and the Future of Conservatism

The Complex Relationship Between Socialists and Immigration

Steve King and the Tipping Point of the Republican Party

McDeath

Foundation for Economic Education

Why Iceland Doesn’t Have an Alt-Right Problem

How Black Markets Create an Arthouse Film Boom in Peru

The Pentagon is Hunting UFOs. Guess How Much it Costs

Splice Today

Commies From Outer Space

The Fight for the Soul of Europe

Center for a Stateless Society

Tear Down the Campus Wall

Trumpism Reveals the Dangers of Fusionism

Chile and the Limits of Neoliberalism

History and Politics Podcast

Cory Massimino on Libertarian Dilemma

Victoria Martínez on Argentinian Politics

Anthony Macedo on Mexican Economy

Matheus Calderón on the Coronavirus Pandemic in Peru

Mila Ghorayeb on Canadian Culture

Ciaran Dold on Anime Socialism and the Weird World of European Politics

Razib Khan on Ancient DNA, Personal Genomics and Viking Babies

C Derick Varn on Latin American Politics

Lucy Steigerwald on Aliens, Conspiracies and Christmas

Frank Miroslav on The World Is On Fire

Akiva Malamet on Nationalism

Andrés Pertierra on United States and Cuba

Joshua Tait on American Conservatism

Conor Duffy on the Democratic Primaries

Eric Hoover on the Road from Katmandu to an American College Campus

Daniel Bessner on History and Its Discontents

Oscar Winberg on The United States from a Nordic Perspective

Mila Ghorayeb on Canadian Politics

Akiva Malamet on Israeli Politics and Jewish Culture

Samuel Hammond on Neoliberalism and Social Trust

Conner Habib on Science, Mysticism and Sexuality

Mollie Nouwen on Argentinian Jewish History

Bryan Caplan on The Case Against Global Education

Anthony Comegna on Libertarian History

Glenn Kranking on the Image of Sweden in America

Alex Muresinau on the Future of Conservatism

Andrew Nestingen on Finland in the Popular Imagination

Steven Hirsch on the History of Anarchism in Peru

Benjamin Nobbs-Thiessen on the History of Mennonites in Bolivia

Noah Berlatsky on Race and Indie Music

William Irwin on Philosophy and Popular Culture

Nolan Gray on the Future of Urbanism

Mila Ghorayeb on Anti-Communism, Islamophobia and #MeToo in Academia

Benjamin R. Teitelbaum on the Music and Politics of Sweden’s Radical Nationalism

Seth Cotlar on History in the Age of Trump

Samuel Hammond on the Free Market Welfare State

Hilde Restad on the Place of Scandinavia in American Politics