Jonah Bennett

Palladium Magazine editor/entrepreneur/graduate student

Jonah Bennett – About

Jonah Bennett currently works at a cybersecurity startup focused on securing code and co-founded Palladium Magazine, where he is an adviser and formerly editor-in-chief. Author page is available here.

I also hold an MA in international relations from King’s College London, and my research interests are political theory, democratic peace theory, peacebuilding, autocracies, ethnic conflict, counter-terrorism, and new, bold ideas that will reinvigorate our societies and communities. My primary background is in analytic philosophy, so I tend to bring that foundation into the political science work I do.

I think of myself as a centrist/pragmatist.

I sometimes write at Medium, post aesthetics on Tumblr, and upload photos and video on Behance, Flickr, and YouTube. Books at Goodreads. I’m also on Instagram and LinkedIn.

Check out my articles and podcast appearances.

More formal bio:

Jonah Bennett works at a cybersecurity startup and is the co-founder and former editor-in-chief of Palladium Magazine, a non-partisan, long-form publication aimed at exploring the future of liberalism, governance, and society, through careful political analysis and journalism. After four years in national security journalism and a brief interlude at a think tank, he co-founded Palladium with Wolf Tivy in September 2018, as a response to the lack of responsible, high-quality work in the media landscape. Palladium has sent journalists all over the world: from Xinjiang, to Hungary, Venezuela, Columbia, Paris, Istanbul, Davos, and more. Palladium’s work has been featured in The Atlantic, The Guardian, Bloomberg, Foreign Policy, Tech Crunch, The Week, Inside Higher Ed, and BuzzFeed News, among other publications. Jonah holds an MA in international relations from King’s College London and focuses primarily on democratic peace theory, political theory, liberalism, and ethnic conflict. When he’s not editing or working on his thesis, he enjoys experimental philosophy and advises several companies on the side.

“All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake up in the day to find it was vanity, but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible.” – T.E. Lawrence

If you need to get in touch, send me a message at jonah{{at}jonahbennett.com