I am an Associate Professor and the Director of Doctoral Studies at the School of International Service (SIS) in American University, Washington DC. I study international security, with a focus on borders and territoriality, coercion and deterrence, the international aspects of state weakness and failure, and conflict spillover. I’ve done work on Africa, Latin American, and Europe, but mostly I concentrate on the Middle East, with a special attention to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Together with Joe Young, I lead the “Political Violence and Security” workshop in SIS. We meet as a group of faculty and graduate students, typically once a month, to discuss a work-in-progress paper of one of the participants, of faculty or graduate students from the DC region, or of visitors. We also host periodical book talks showcasing new and exciting books on the topic.

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