Andrew Petrisin

Andrew Petrisin

Andrew Petrisin, formally trained as a civil engineer, found a love in bringing together seemingly disparate ideas rooted in benefit to society. Currently, that means the confluence of governance, design, access, urbanism, and a drop of existentialist philosophy. His genuine curiosity for all things provides a base for exploring topics ranging from sovereignty to urbanization, and poetry to higher education. Not trained as a writer, Andrew stumbled back upon the beauty of writing while at university, and tries to publish on a semi-regular basis.

Liquid Democracy and the Future of Governance

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Westphalian Sovereignty was created to end the Thirty Years’ War, but is it adaptable enough to underpin our current geopolitical system? It might be time for an update.