Zach Lewsen completed his Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at McGill University, where his primary academic interests were Canadian politics, international relations, political economy, and judicial politics. At McGill, Zach was a Commentary Editor for the McGill Daily and a policy and advocacy intern for the Social Justice Committee of Montreal, a local non-profit. Zach hopes to attend law school or graduate public policy programs, which can help prepare him for a career relating to corporate social responsibility or immigration and labour law.
In September 2008, the global economy faced a recession. Zach Lewsen explains why it’s so hard to overcome.
How high school students can put their essay writing—and their careers—on a great start.
The World Economy has—or rather had—a problem. Don’t panic, Zach Lewsen explains the 2008 crash.
Zach Lewsen reviews the film “No,” which takes a look at the final years of Chile’s military dictatorship.
Ever wanted to be an Ambassador or Trade Commissioner? Read on.
How to learn about global politics (and get a free trip while doing so!)