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I am a Ph.D. candidate in Politics at Princeton University. I specialize in formal models of bargaining and war, focusing in particular on the intersection of political and military strategy. I strive to take seriously the roles of individual leaders, alliance structures, and military technology in shaping the bargaining environment. Beyond grand strategy, I am broadly interested in the causes of war, alliance politics, military power, and the international politics of the Roman empire. I am currently working on a project to examine how the character of state arsenals affects the likelihood of peace. I work with Kristopher Ramsay, Adam Meirowitz, and David Carter, as well as Aaron Friedberg and John Ikenberry.
Before coming to Princeton, I graduated from the College of William & Mary, where I worked on the TRIP project under the supervision of Michael Tierney.
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