Keith A. Preble is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy at the University at Albany, State University of New York with a focus on international relations and comparative politics.

Research Interests: economic sanctions, sanctions enforcement; US foreign policy; foreign policy analysis; international trade; quantitative and qualitative methods

Regional Interests: Europe/EU (especially Italian politics), North Korea, Southeast Asia

A geospatial network map across time from my recent paper with Charmaine Willis, “Trading with Pariahs: International Trade and North Korean Sanctions.”

A geospatial network map across time from an upcoming paper with Charmaine Willis, “Making Weaponized Interdependence Work: The Case of the Myanmar Sanctions Regime.”

I have taught the following courses for undergraduates: Introduction to American Politics, American Foreign Policy, European Politics, Homeland Security, International Organizations, and Research and Writing Seminar. Copies of syllabi and course assignments can be viewed in the Teaching tab in the menu bar.

Interests outside political science:
Besides political science, Keith has an interest in genealogy; Italian language, art, and translation; history; photography; music (he plays the flute, recorder, and piano); traveling; and web design.

Since 2005, he has operated a popular blog on Italian language that evolved into a small publishing company. Since 2014, Keith and his coauthors have published five Italian language guides. In 2021, the web site has shift operations to Substack in order to reach a larger audience, https://paroladelgiorno.substack.com.