- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Keith A. Preble is a Guest Researcher with the SIPRI Dual-Use and Arms Trade Control Programme. He is a PhD candidate at the University at Albany, SUNY in Albany, New York. His dissertation focuses on how sanctions and arms embargo busting and explores how development of the EU and EU Single Market as well as the type and nature of the trade being conducted between sender, target, and third-party states impacts the effectiveness of economic sanctions and arms embargoes.
He is also a graduate research associate for the Center for Policy Research’s Project on International Security, Commerce, and Economic Statecraft (PISCES) at the University at Albany, SUNY as well as an adjunct instructor in the Department of Political Science at Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy where he teaches courses on US foreign policy, international organizations, European politics, and US politics and government.
US economic sanctions, sanctions implementation, enforcement, and effectiveness; US foreign policy; UN sanctions; EU sanctions; US/UN/EU arms embargoes; international trade
United States, European Union, Southeast Asia, North Korea
PhD in political science, University at Albany, SUNY (in progress); MA in public policy and administration, Northwestern University; MA in government and politics, St. John’s University; BA in archaeology and classics, University of Melbourne