Political Science Department, UC San Diego
He studies international security and is specifically interested in evolutions in the conduct of international conflict in the 21st century. His current work focuses on military force structure, the consequences of adopting new technologies of warfare, and international crises signaling.
International security, interstate war, technology of conflict, weapons innovation and force structure, military strategy and operations, political economy of national defense, security alliances, US foreign policy, quantitative methods, network analysis
University of California, San Diego
PhD, Political Science (in progress)
MA, Political Science (2017)
University of California, Berkeley
BA, Political Science (2012)