I am a political scientist with a focus on international relations and conflict research. Between 2010 and 2018, I served as academic program director for the M.Sc. program in Public Policy and Human Development offered jointly by Maastricht University and United Nations University. I am currently contributing to the development of a broad interdisciplinary Bachelor, B.Sc. Global Studies, and I continue to lecture, supervise and provide academic advice for bachelor, master and doctoral students at several institutes at Maastricht University.
My most recent working paper is “The Failure of Foreign Policy Entrepreneurs in the Trump Administration” with Roberta Haar, published via APSA Preprints, September 2019.
My most recent report is “Harsh Summer, Wet Winter? A Long-Term View of Iraq’s Water Resources” with Robert Tollast and Nick Waters, published by the Iraq Energy Institute, London, May 2019.
My most recent journal publication is Choosing to Intervene: US Domestic Politics and Moral Imperatives with Roberta Haar, published in Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, 21 (4), 497–505, December 2015.
In the academic year 2019/20, I am contributing to the following courses:
M.Sc. Public Policy & Human Development
- Introduction to Data Science & Statistics · Guest lecturer
B.A. Liberal Arts
- Introduction to Global Studies · Tutor
- Environment & Economy · Tutor
- Peace and Conflict Studies · Guest lecturer