Graduate (Hons), Harvard College: MPhil in International Relations and Rhodes Scholar, University of Oxford; MBA and Sloan Fellow, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Formerly: 1997-2003, at the United Nations, as a political officer, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and in the office of UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan; 2004-09, investment banker, Goldman Sachs, working in the Financial Institutions M&A group, New York and then Europe; 2010-13, Chief Executive, Oxford Analytica. Partner and Co-Founder, Macro Advisory Partners. Global Leader for Tomorrow, World Economic Forum. Speaker on geopolitical and macroeconomic issues. Contributor of articles and essays to The Financial Times, The New York Times, The Times of London and Foreign Policy, among other publications. Foreign affairs columnist, Reuters. Co-Author, Interventions: A Life in War in Peace. Editor, Black Book of Bosnia.