Lucas Kunce is the Director of National Security Policy at the American Economic Liberties Project, a Marine veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and worked as an International Negotiations Officer on the Joint Staff at the Pentagon. He is an attorney and a writer focusing on the impact financialization and consolidation have on national security.
He has submitted work to the FTC on how the right to repair affects the military and he has been published in the New York Times and The American Conservative, including a long-form piece on monopolization and national security with the American Economic Liberties Project’s Matt Stoller. Lucas is a graduate of Yale University, the University of Missouri Law School, and Columbia Law School. He originally hails from Jefferson City, Missouri.
You can reach Lucas at firstname.lastname@example.org.