Harvard University

Instructor, GOV 1199, “Negotiating Post-Soviet Conflict: The Geopolitics of Eastern Europe and the Caucasus” (Department of Government: Spring 2021, Spring 2022, Spring 2023)

Instructor, GOVT E-1756, “Crisis Negotiation Practicum: Political and Military Decision Making in a Darker World” (Division of Continuing Education: Fall 2022)

Instructor, Executive Education Program “Red Horizon: Force and Diplomacy in Eurasia” (Davis Center, Faculty of Arts and Sciences: December 2019, December 2020, December 2021, December 2022)

Instructor, GOV 92R, “The Politics of Deescalation” (Department of Government: Spring 2022)

Instructor, GOV 92R, “Explaining Western Hypocrisy in International Politics: Why Do Powerful States Change Their Positions on Foreign Policy, International Trade, and the Environment?” (Department of Government: Fall 2021)

Instructor, GOV 1199, “Post-Soviet Conflict” (Department of Government: Spring 2019, Spring 2020)

Instructor, GOVT E-1756, “Negotiating in Crisis: Advanced Skills for Managing Multiparty Conflicts in Dynamic Environments” (Division of Continuing Education: Fall 2019)

Co-Instructor, GOV 92R, “Mapping Red Horizon: Exploring Space, Force, and Great Power Relations in Eurasia” (Department of Government: Fall 2019)

Teaching Fellow, GOV 2152, “Post-Soviet Conflict” (Department of Government: Spring 2018)

Teaching Fellow, MLD-275, “Negotiation Practicum” (Kennedy School of Government: Spring 2015)

Negotiation Fellow, MLD-280, “Advanced Workshop in Multiparty Negotiation & Conflict Resolution” (Kennedy School of Government: January 2014, January 2015, January 2016)


Reichman University (IDC Herzliya), Israel

Instructor, “Advanced Negotiation Strategy Workshop” (Lauder School of Government: Summer 2020)


Stanford University

Co-Instructor, “International Negotiation and Decision-Making” (Stanford Graduate Summer Institute: Summer 2017, Summer 2018)


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