My research was featured in a recent episode of the Big Brains podcast. Tune in to hear a discussion of the theatrics of secrets and intelligence — and how to reconcile them with democracy.
Thrilled to have Secret Wars given Honorable Mention by the APSA Conflict Processes Section for the Best Book in 2018 or 2019.
Secret Wars was the subject of an H-Diplo/ISSF roundtable, featuring contributions from Stacie Goddard, Dan Reiter, John Schuessler, and Jessica Weeks.
“Spotlight’s Harsh Glare” with Allison Carnegie was given the Robert Keohane Award for the best article by an untenured scholar published in International Organization.
A new article, co-authored with Allison Carnegie, analyzes the potential impact of Trump’s rhetoric about trade rule violations on the stability of the international system. See “Reckless Rhetoric? Compliance Pessimism and International Order in the Age of Trump,” now out in Journal of Politics (ungated PDF here). It is part of a symposium on “Foreign Policy in the Age of Trump.”
“The Disclosure Dilemma: Nuclear Intelligence and International Organization,” co-authored with Allison Carnegie, has been published in EarlyView for the American Journal of Political Science. Check it out here!
You may also want to read the AJPS editor’s comments on the qualitative transparency process used for “The Disclosure Dilemma.” See here.
CSPAN covered a book launch event for Secret Wars: Covert Conflict in International Politics at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C.
See the full video here!