Christina Arabia

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Christina Arabia

Program and Research Associate, the Center for International Policy
Christina Arabia is a Program and Research Associate at the Center for International Policy (CIP) working with the Security Assistance Monitor (SAM) where she conducts research and analysis on U.S. foreign security assistance around the world. Prior to joining CIP, Christina was a consultant for a joint project with the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) and the United Nations Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Africa (UNREC) where she co-created and populated an online database of Arms Trade Treaty-related cooperation and assistance activities in sub-Saharan Africa. She also co-authored a SIPRI background paper entitled “ATT-Related Outreach Assistance in sub-Saharan Africa: Identifying Gaps and Improving Coordination.” Her previous work has focused on arms control mechanisms in sub-Saharan Africa and disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) in Kosovo. She holds a Master’s degree in International Affairs with a concentration in International Conflict and Security from the New School in New York City and a Bachelor’s from Seton Hall University.

  • Sunday 02/12
    • 09:00-10:45

      Tracking US Weapons- Hosted By Security Assistance Monitor