Associate professor of political science at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. I write and teach about international relations, international organizations, nuclear proliferation, and Asia. 

2807 N. Glebe Rd, Arlington, VA 22207
Rowley Hall, Room 1015

New from Cambridge University Press

A study of how China decides whether and how to invest in sustaining global governance, with case studies on climate, nuclear proliferation, Central Asia, and international finance.

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New conference paper: Obsolescing Political Bargains and Institutional Design: Balance in Post-War Institutions. With Ayse Kaya. American Political Science Association Meeting, September 2019. [Slides.]