Visiting Fullbright Scholar
Allison Brown is a visiting Fulbright Scholar from the United States at CIDP until June 2024. Her research at CIDP focuses on climate security cooperation between NATO/NORAD as well as between Canada and the United States. Allison’s focus on climate security cooperation is primarily connected to threats to Arctic Security. Additionally, at CIDP, Allison researches strategic competition in Arctic Security with a focus on PRC and Russian claims in the Arctic and maritime activity, especially interested in the PRC’s “Polar Silk Road.
Prior to joining CIDP, Allison researched a range of issues academically with a combined educational background in international relations, modern history, and political science. Her academic research focuses include PRC modes of engagement through the Belt and Road Initiative in Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East. Additionally, her previous work includes a published article entitled “GDR Stasi Surveillance & Legacy For Modern German Surveillance Reluctance” which correlates to her other academic pursuits in East German history and its implication on modern German policy. Allison completed her education at her home state’s institution, the University of Wyoming.