Welcome! I'm a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, San Diego. My substantive research interests lie in the intersection of security politics, the domestic-international nexus in politics, and politics of information. Methodologically, I am interested in text analysis, formal modeling, and survey experiments.
Title: In the Name of National Interest: Persuasion by Democratic Coercion and Delegation in Security Politics
I received an M.A. in Political Science (Political Psychology) from Stony Brook University, an (terminal) M.A. in Politics from New York University, and a B.A. in Anthropology from Seoul National University.
Suong, Clara H. Forthcoming. ``Pakistan, 2001-2011: Washington’s Small Stick" in Proxy Wars: Suppressing Transnational Threats through Local Agents edited by David A. Lake and Eli Berman. Cornell University Press.
Suong, Clara H., Desposato, Scott, and Gartzke, Erik. ``How Democratic is the Democratic Peace? A Survey Experiment of Political Preferences in Brazil and China" (Under Review).
American Political Science Association Political Communication Pre-Conference, University of San Francisco, August 2017
Annual Meeting of the Society for Political Methodology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, July 2017 (Poster)
Proxy Wars Conference, George Washington University, September 2016
Cross-Domain Deterrence Workshop, Borrego Springs, CA, January 2016
Annual California Graduate Student Conference, Center for the Study of Democracy, UC Irvine, May 2015
Southern California Comparative Political Science Conference, UC Santa Barbara, September 2013
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA, September 2011
Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 2011
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, September 2010
World Politics [Undergraduate]
Introduction to International Relations [Undergraduate]
War and Society [Undergraduate]
National Security Strategy [Undergraduate]
U.S. Foreign Policy [Undergraduate]
Political Inquiry [Undergraduate]
Quantitative Methods [Ph.D.]