Sabreena Croteau Graduate Research Fellow

Sabreena Croteau is a PhD student in Political Science at the University of Chicago. Her research interests include the political economy of international security, power projection, alliances and security networks, and the politics of the global oil market. She recently contributed to an academic symposium exploring the global monetary order. 

At the Chicago Project on Security and Threats (CPOST), Sabreena is a Graduate Research Associate. She co-manages the Data Analytics team in producing data-driven research and publications for both academic and policy audiences. Her research at CPOST focuses on networks of militant group ties and the link between militant ties and the diffusion of suicide terrorism as a strategy. 

She received an MA in the Social Sciences at the University of Chicago in 2018 and dual BAs in History and Political Science from Eastern Connecticut State University in 2016.