The Honorable Sue E. Eckert is a non-resident senior adviser at IPI researching sanctions and humanitarian action. She is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Washington, DC think tank, the Center for a...
Read more articles →Email: email@example.com
The Honorable Sue E. Eckert is a non-resident senior adviser at IPI researching sanctions and humanitarian action. She is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Washington, DC think tank, the Center for a New American Security; Lecturer at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs; and visiting fellow at Kings College London where she focuses on issues at the intersection of economics and national security. Previously she served as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration in the Clinton Administration and on the staff of the U.S. House of Representative’s Committee on Foreign Affairs.
From 1998-2016, Ms. Eckert was Senior Fellow at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, directing projects on UN targeted sanctions, terrorist financing, and cybersecurity, working with the UN bodies and Member States to enhance the effectiveness and reduce unintended consequences of coercive measures. She co-led the Targeted Sanctions Consortium, an international research initiative resulting in the creation of two new databases, a new online tool (SanctionsApp) and the book, Targeted Sanctions: The Impacts and Effectiveness of UN Action.
Since 2017, she consults with the World Bank, managing its Stakeholder Dialogue on Derisking, an initiative to address financial exclusion of humanitarian nonprofit organizations, based on her previous research, Financial Access for U.S. Nonprofits.
The International Peace Institute is an independent, international not-for-profit think tank with a staff representing more than 20 nationalities, located in New York across from United Nations headquarters.
IPI is dedicated to promoting the prevention and resolution of conflicts between and within states by strengthening international peace and security institutions.
To achieve its purpose, IPI employs a mix of policy research, convening, publishing and outreach.
The Global Observatory provides timely analysis on trends and issues related to global security.