I teach classes on international security, U.S. foreign policy, and International Relations theory, and I am available to advise students on these topics and more. I currently have two main research projects underway: one focusing on great power relations during periods of major international change (with a specific emphasis on U.S.-China relations); and another focusing on the environmental protection of U.S. military bases, both overseas and in the 50 states. I also have a keen interest in British and European politics.
During spring 2017, I wrote a weekly blog to offer study tips to undergraduate students. The blog contains advice on things such as note-taking, participating in class, writing essays, and more. Click here to view all of the entries.
I'm a strong advocate for tolerance on college campuses - especially when it comes to political diversity - and have written a couple of articles on this topic for the Rocky Mountain Collegian, here and here.
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
My work has appeared in journals such as African Affairs, Anthropology Today, Asian Security, Chinese Journal of International Politics, Environmental Policy and Law, International Journal, International Political Sociology, International Politics, Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs, Journal of Transatlantic Studies, Marine Policy, National Interest, Political Quarterly, PS: Political Science & Politics, and Review of International Studies.
I've also written for a number of news outlets and think tanks, including the British American Security Information Council, Canadian International Council, The Diplomat, New Statesman, and openDemocracy. My work has been reprinted by outlets such as Newsweek, Salon, and US News and World Report.
You can view most of my publications on the Academia.edu website.