Room: A940

Research interests

Mark Bromley is co-Director of the Dual-Use and Arms Trade Control Programme at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) and a PhD Student at the Department of Economic History. Mark's research is focused on examining historical and contemporary developments in the arms export control policies of states in Western Europe and North America and their relationship with wider political and economic trends. Mark holds a BA in Social and Political Sciences from St John’s College, Cambridge, and an MA in War Studies from King’s College London. He has previously worked as a Policy Analyst at the British American Security Information Council (BASIC).


Peer-reviewed journals
Mark Bromley, 'End-Use Controls: Recent Technology Developments and Emerging Trends', Security and Peace, 33 (2), July 2015
Other publications​
Sibylle Bauer and Mark Bromley, '15. Dual-use and arms trade controls', in SIPRI Yearbook 2015, (OUP, 2015)
Sibylle Bauer and Mark Bromley, ''Rules of the Road' for the Arms Trade Treaty agreed in Cancun but stiffer tests lie ahead', SIPRI Expert Comment, 28 August 2015
Sibylle Bauer and Mark Bromley, 'Implementing the Arms Trade Treaty: building on available guidelines and assistance activities', SIPRI Background Paper, May 2015
Sibylle Bauer, Paul Beijer and Mark Bromley, 'The Arms Trade Treaty: Challenges for the First Conference of States Parties', SIPRI Insights on Peace and Security no. 2014:2, September 2014