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Max and Heidi Berry Chair
Associate Director, International
Associate Professor, School of
International and Area Studies
Whitehand Hall, Room 412
Professor Grillot is the Max and Heidi Berry Chair, Associate Director of International Programs Center, and Associate Professor of the School of International and Area Studies at the University of Oklahoma. She teaches courses on International Relations Theory, International Security, International Organization and Regimes, Relations Among Nations, American Foreign Policy, European Security, and Politics of Central and Eastern Europe.
She has published articles in The British Journal of Political Science, International Politics, Political Psychology, The Nonproliferation Review, The Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, and The Southeastern Political Review. She co-edited and contributed to the books Arms on the Market: Reducing the Risk of Proliferation in the Former Soviet Union (1998) and Arms and the Environment: Preventing the Perils of Disarmament (2001). Institutions such as the Geneva-based Small Arms Survey and UK-based International Alert have published Dr. Grillot's research on small arms and light weapons in Central and Eastern Europe, and she is currently completing a book manuscript titled Small But Deadly: The Spread and Control of Light Weapons in Central and Eastern Europe. Her research interests focus on weapons proliferation, transnational advocacy networks, inter- and intra-state conflict and its resolution, NATO expansion, EU enlargement, foreign policy decision-making, and the social psychology of state behavior.
Dr. Grillot's research has been supported by the U.S. Fulbright Program, the National Research Council, the United Nations Development Program, the Small Arms Survey, International Alert, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the National Council for Soviet and East European Research, the NATO Science Program, the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, the University of Georgia, and the University of Oklahoma.
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