He studies international security and is specifically interested in how the causes of peace in the 21st century have changed the way interstate wars are fought and planned. His current work focuses on the evolution of military strategy by great powers, the role of technological superiority in conceptions of national power, and variations in signaling and communication during international crises.
International security, international relations theory, interstate war, deterrence, military strategy and operations, US foreign policy, elite decision-making
University of California, San Diego
PhD, Political Science (in progress)
MA, Political Science (2017)
University of California, Berkeley
BA, Political Science (2012)