Senior Researcher, Editor
Kristian joined the Mediterranean Peace and Security Monitor in 2021 and has regularly contributed as a researcher and copy editor since Issue 5.
Kristian holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Texas A&M University and a diploma from the European Academy of Diplomacy in Warsaw. He has returned to the U.S after running a sole proprietorship in Poland for 4 years, where he taught English and edited professional documents.
“Türkiye” / “Israel Election, 2022” , 2022, Challenges in the Mediterranean Issue 8
Analysis, Egyptian-Russian Relations and the Russian Influence on Contemporary Middle Eastern Politics, (Jan. 2022), [Challenges in The Mediterranean region]
“Wheat, Fertilizer and the Unfolding MENA Food Crisis”. , , 2022, Challenges in the Mediterranean Issue 7
“A New Iranian Nuclear Deal from the Israeli Perspective” / “Israel as a Mediator in the Russo-Ukrainian War” 2022, Challenges in the Mediterranean Issue 6
“The 2015 Gideon Plan and its Evolution to the 2019 Tnufa Plan” / “Palestine Postponed: The Lost Election” , 2022, Challenges in the Mediterranean Issue 5:
- Supply Chain
- Middle East
- Egyptian-Russian Relations
- English (native)
- German (B2)
- Polish (A2)