head of North America/Latin America Unit, Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom; columnist and podcast host, eigentümlich frei
Born in 1965, Sascha Tamm studied philosophy, political science and physics in Dresden, Leipzig and Urbana-Champaign. After working as freelance coach, author and ghost-writer he joined Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) in 2001. In 2009 he became head of the Moscow office of FNF. Since 2014 he has worked at the International Department of FNF.
Sascha has published books and articles on various aspects of liberal political philosophy, European integration and foreign policy, among them: Property. Conceptions and Ideas (2009), Liberal Readings on Education (with Stefan Melnik, 2008) and Freedom and Competition: The Future of Europe (2006).
As an expert, Sascha frequently comments on developments in Russia and EU-Russia relations for Russian and German media. He is a regular columnist with the online magazine eigentümlich frei and hosts the podcast “A-sozial” on the youtube channel of eigentümlich frei.
Follow Sascha on Twitter: @saschatamm