My article (with M. Findley and K. Kikuta) that develops a latent variable for peace is out: “An Ontology of Peace: Landscapes of Conflict and Cooperation with Application to Colombia” in the International Studies Review 0: 1-22.
Link to replication data on Dataverse: https://goo.gl/Yz03i3.
American University did an interview with me on my research and upcoming classes.
My article “Ethics of Research in Conflict Environments” was recently published in the Journal of Global Security Studies. The article is an overview of the scholarship on the ethical challenges that researchers encounter working in conflict zones.
My article, written with Stephanie C. Hofmann and Barbara Bravo De Moraes Mendes, examining how and why rising powers allocate their resources “Investing in International Security: Rising Powers and Organizational Choices” was recently published in the Cambridge Review of International Affairs. The article argues that regional ideational affinity leads rising powers to preference regional over global security organizations, but is this the right choice for the rising power?
AU’s School of International Service published a short piece on my research in Nepal, Sudan, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
I have two new articles forthcoming in peer-reviewed journals, one in the Journal of Global Security Studies and one in the Cambridge Review of International Affairs. Will post links as soon as they are available.
Appointed as Assistant Professor (Tenure-track) of Conflict and Development at the School of International Service, American University, Washington, DC – starting Fall 2016.
My new book chapter on the UN Peacebuilding Architecture in Burundi published in UN Peacebuilding Architecture: The First 10 Years, Cedric de Coning and Eli Stamnes, eds., Routledge (2016).
My new book chapter on Burundi released in Columbia University Press book: Across the Lines of Conflict, Michael Lund and Steve McDonald, eds. (2015).
My New Piece Released – Governing Globally, Acting Locally: Lessons from Burundi for International Peacebuilding Reform