"Authoritarian Audiences: Theory and Evidence for Subnational Propaganda Targeting in North Korea," with Heather-Leigh K. Ba and Sheena Chestnut Greitens, Comparative Politics (2023), forthcoming. [Link] - Recipient of the 2021 ISA Midwest Frank J. Klingberg Award for Best Paper Presented by a Faculty Member
"North Korean Defectors in China: Illegal Economic Migrants or Refugees?" Stanford International Policy Review vol. 1 no. 1 (2014), 35-42.
* = Graduate Student Coauthor
"Best Approaches to Using Geo-Referenced Data in Conflict Studies," with Bryce W. Reeder. "Public Opinion, Rivalry, and the Democratic Peace: Experimental Evidence from South Korea," with Gidong Kim and Dongjin Kwak. R&R at International Studies Quarterly. "The Diffusion of Peace? UN Peacekeeping and the Prevention of Militarized Interstate Disputes in Conflict Neighborhoods," with Heather M. Kopp* and Bryce W. Reeder. Under Review. "When Personalism Matters: Nuclear Latency and Conflict Propensity." R&R at Cooperation and Conflict.
Photo: UN Peacekeepers in North Kivu Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)