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Christiana Botticello, Ph.D. student
Comparative Politics, International Relations; political and economic development in post-communist states, Russian politics, international cooperation and coalition building.
Christine Choudri, Ph.D. student
Political Theory, International Relations; global justice and ethics, global governance, cosmopolitanism, republicanism, contemporary political theory, and moral philosophy.
Simon Cleary, M.A. student
Political Theory, Comparative Politics; Nationalism, Democratic Theory, political violence, critical theory.
Matthew Isaacs, Ph.D. student
Comparative Politics, International Relations; religious and ethnic politics; politics of religious institutions; political violence. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeffrey G. Karam, Ph.D. student
International Relations, Comparative Politics; security studies, U.S. foreign policy, and Middle East politics.
Yasser Kureshi, Ph.D. student
Comparative Politics, American Politics; judicial politics, democratization, comparative constitutionalism, South Asian politics, and Middle East politics.
Victoria McGroary, Ph.D. student
Comparative Politics, International Relations; secession, territorial conflict and insurgency, ethnic conflict, and security studies.
Sean McKinley, Ph.D. student
American Politics, International Relations; campaign finance, presidential primaries, Congressional elections, voting behavior, political participation, and U.S. foreign policy.
Lan Ngo, Ph.D. student
International Relations, Comparative Politics; U.S. foreign policy, U.S. grand strategy and use of force, U.S.-China relations.
Maria Smerkovich, Ph.D. student
Comparative Politics, International Relations, ethnic conflict, nationalism, violence and revolution, post-Soviet and Middle Eastern politics.
Paul Spalletta, Ph.D. student
Political Theory, American Politics; totalitarianism and democracy, nationalism, Ancient and contemporary political philosophy, political history and just war theory.
Catherine Z. Worsnop, Ph.D. student
International Relations, Comparative Politics; international organizations, global health, security studies.