Citizenship: United Kingdom
Position at SIPRI: Senior Researcher, SIPRI Arms Transfers Programme
Subject expertise: Transparency of international arms transfers, financial value of the arms trade, arms acquisitions in Latin America, arms export policies of EU member states, EU engagement in arms export policies (inc. the EU Code of Conduct), combatting the illicit trade in SALW; Arms Trade Treaty
Regional expertise: Western Europe, Latin America
Languages: English, Spanish
Education: BA in Social and Political Sciences, St John’s College, Cambridge
MA in War Studies, King’s College London.
Contact: Email; Phone: +46 8 655 97 36
Mark Bromley is a Senior Researcher with the SIPRI Arms Transfers Programme. His areas of research include arms acquisitions in Latin America, transparency in the field of international arms transfers and the efforts to combat the illicit trafficking of small arms and light weapons (SALW).
- SIPRI Arms Transfers Programme
- Policy Analyst at the British American Security Information Council (BASIC)
- Volunteer at Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT)
- Bromley, M. 'The Review of the EU Common Position on Arms Exports: Prospects For Strengthened Controls', EU Non-Proliferation Consortium, Jan. 2012
- Bromley, M. and Perdomo, C., 'Transparency in Military Spending and Arms Acquisitions in Latin America and the Caribbean', SIPRI Policy Paper, Jan. 2012
- Holtom, P. and Bromley, M., 'Implementing an Arms Trade Treaty: Lessons on Reporting and Monitoring from Existing Mechanisms', SIPRI Policy Paper, July 2011
- Bromley, M., 'Arms Brokering Controls and a Future ATT', UNIDIR Resources, April 2011
- Bromley, M. and Griffiths, H., 'End-User Certificates: Improving Standards to Prevent Diversion', SIPRI Insights on Peace and Security, March 2010
- Bromley, M. and Guevara, I. 'Arms modernization in Latin America', in: Tan, A. T. H. (ed.) 'The Global Arms Trade: A Handbook', (Routledge, UK; London, 2010), pp. 166-177
- Holtom, P. and Bromley, M., 'The International Arms Trade: Difficult to Define, Measure, and Control', Arms Control Today, July/August 2010.
- Bromley, M., ‘Arms transfers to the Americas’, SIPRI Background Paper, June 2009.
- Griffiths, H. and Bromley, M., 'Air Transport and Destabilizing Commodity Flows', SIPRI Policy Paper no. 24 (SIPRI, May 2009).
- Griffiths, H. and Bromley, M., ‘Stemming destabilizing arms transfers: the impact of European Union air safety bans’, SIPRI Insights on Peace and Security no. 3, Oct. 2008.
- Bromley, M. and Brzoska, M. ‘Towards a common, restrictive EU arms export policy? The impact of the EU Code of Conduct on major conventional arms exports’, European Foreign Affairs Review, vol. 13, no. 3 (Sep. 2008).
- Bromley, M., ‘10 years down the track: the EU Code of Conduct on arms exports’, European Security Review, no, 39 (July 2008).
- Bromley, M., 'The Impact on Domestic Policy of the EU Code of Conduct on Arms Exports: The Czech Republic, the Netherlands and Spain', SIPRI Policy Paper No. 21 (SIPRI, May 2008).