Andrew has primarily written academic articles/essays. His paper, The Paradox of the Will to Power: Desiring from Over-Fullness, won the 2014 Philosophy Paper contest at The University of Scranton and is published in Discourse, the undergraduate journal in philosophy at The University of Scranton. The introduction of the paper can be found below. Andrew's academic work also includes writings in the fields of philosophy, theology, political science, history, international relations, and English. Philosophically, Andrew specializes ethics and political philosophy, focusing on the works of Nietzsche, Plato, and Hannah Arendt. In international relations, Andrew has studied the histories and political systems of countries in the European Union, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa. Specifically, he excels in Spanish History, United States history, government, and political theory, the Israel-Palestine conflict, and the Cold War. He also enjoys studying the romantics.