My research applies a behavioral perspective to explain how domestic politics affects international relations. In the process I advance knowledge of revolution, rivalry, and territorial disputes.
My research has been published in Conflict Management and Peace Science, and International Interactions, among other places. I currently have 3 additional papers under review.
I have taught classes in introductory International Relations, international conflict and security, international governance and IO’s and outside my specialty in macroeconomics and American government.