Sanne Cornelia Verschuren, Ph.D. Candidate

sanne_verschuren@brown.edu

Brown University

Country: United States (Rhode Island)

About Me:

Sanne Verschuren is a fourth year Ph.D. Candidate at Brown University, specializing in international relations. Her research focuses on the development of international norms in the context of armament, innovation in military technology and arms control. She is also interested in other security and defense questions, such as the export of conventional weapons and small arms.

Sanne holds a Bachelor of Law and Master of Law Magna Cum Laude from Ghent University and received a Master of Science with Distinction in Politics of Conflict, Rights and Justice from the School of Oriental and African Studies, as well as a Master of Arts in Political Science from Brown University. Prior to attending Brown University, she interned with the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs in New York City, the Flemish Peace Institute in Brussels and the Centre for the International Politics of Conflict, Rights and Justice in London. Sanne was also a guest researcher at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.

Research Interests

Arms Transfers

Foreign Policy

Conflict Processes & War

International Law & Organization

Nuclear Weapons

Specific Areas of Interest

Weapons Technology

Armament And Disarmament

Global Arms Trade

Countries of Interest

United States

United Kingdom

France

India