Hey! I’m an experienced editor, writer, and newsletter strategist.

Currently, I lead newsletters at Grid, where I host, write and edit our flagship daily newsletter, Grid Today.

Previously, I was the head newsletter editor at CoinDesk and a senior editor at a news startup.

And before that, at The New Yorker, I edited and produced several newsletters and edited for newyorker.com and Goings On About Town in print.

I’ve written about culture, foreign policy, international affairs, and politics for GridThe New YorkerPacific StandardLatterly, and other magazines and publications. See more of my writing below.

Is America Shifting on Arming Saudi Arabia?

My latest for Pacific Standard: Is the American government’s conscience catching up to its arms-supply deals? And will that continue under President Trump?

What’s worrisome about Trump’s transactional, quid pro quo approach to foreign policy is that his administration could feasibly view arming the Saudis as an easy moneymaker and gesture of goodwill to boost the U.S.-Saudi relationship and secure future deals, all while remaining detached from their humanitarian impact in countries like Yemen.

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