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Dr Sibylle Bauer

POSITION AT SIPRI
Programme Director

Dr Sibylle Bauer

Sibylle Bauer

Dr Sibylle Bauer is Director of Studies, Armament and Disarmament, and the Director of SIPRI's Dual-use and Arms Trade Control Programme. She has a long record of research and publication on armaments and export control issues, especially regarding the European Union. Since 2005 much of her work has focused on export control capacity building, in particular in legal and enforcement areas. Dr Bauer joined SIPRI in August 2003.

Subject expertise

Export control (national control systems, international regimes, enforcement issues); non-proliferation; transparency of arms transfers

Regional expertise

European Union, South East Europe, South East Asia

Phone number
+46 766 286 147
Languages
German, English, French
Education

PhD in Political Science, Free University of Brussels (ULB) and Free University of Berlin. Diplom (MA) in Political Science, Free University of Berlin

Citizenship
Germany
SIPRI AND PARTNER PUBLICATIONS
External publications
  • Bauer, S., ‘International assistance’, Weapons and International Law: The Arms Trade Treaty (Larcier Law Annotated), eds Clare Da Silva et al. (Larcier: 2015).
  • Bauer, S., ‘Export controls’, in Routledge Handbook of Nuclear Proliferation and Policy (Routledge, 2015).
  • Bauer, S., ‘Post-cold war control of conventional arms’, ed A. Tan, The Global Arms Trade: A Handbook (Routledge: London, 2010).
  • Bauer, S. and Mattiusi, J., ‘Transforming the EU’s approach to outreach and technical assistance in the area of export controls’, A. Ricci (ed), From Early Warning To Early Action? The Debate on the Enhancement of the EU's Crisis Response Capability Continues (Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2008).
  • Bauer, S., ‘Comparing sanctions and prosecutions related to export control violations in the EU’,  Background paper to the UK Parliament Quadripartite Committee, 16 March 2007, with A. Wetter.
  • Bauer, S., ‘The EU code of conduct on arms exports: enhancing effectiveness’, Eurofuture (Summer 2005).
  • Bauer, S. and Remacle, E., 'Theory and practice of multi-level foreign policy: the European Union’s policy in the field of arms export controls’, eds T. Christiansen and B. Tonra, Rethinking European Union Foreign Policy (Manchester University Press: Manchester, 2004). 
  • Bauer, S., ‘The Role of parliaments in European arms export policy’, eds J. Mawdsley, M. Martinelli and E. Remacle, Europe and the Global Arms Agenda: Security, Trade and Accountability (Nomos: Baden-Baden, 2004).
  • Bauer, S., ‘Europe’s arms export policies’, ed. K. von Wogau, A European Defence for the 21st Century (Maklu: Antwerp, 2004).
  • Bauer, S., ‘The EU Code of Conduct on Arms Exports-enhancing the accountability of arms export policies?’, European Security, vol. 12 (2003).  
  • Bauer, S. and Winks, R., ‘The institutional framework for European arms policy co-operation’, eds C. Serfati et al., The Restructuring of the European Defence Industry: Dynamics of Change (European Commission, Directorate General for Research/ Office of Official Publications of the European Union:Luxembourg, 2001).
  • Bauer, S., ‘L’europeanisation des politiques d’exportation d’armements’ [The Europeanisation of arms export policies], eds S. Sur and J.-J. Roche, Annuaire français de relations internationales (Bruylant: Brussels, 2001).