Welcome! I am a PhD candidate in the Government Department at Cornell University. My dissertation examines why states pursue multilateral agreements to regulate various weapons, and how the motivations for doing so affect the design of agreements. More broadly, my research explores the politics of international security, international organizations, small states, and international order.
I am also a Hans J. Morgenthau (nonresident) fellow at the University of Notre Dame. I have been a visiting fellow at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland, and the Janne Nolan Nuclear Security Visiting Fellow at the Truman Center for National Policy.