Sara Bjerg Moller is an Assistant Professor International Security at the School of Diplomacy and International Relations. Her current research examines the military effectiveness of alliances and coalitions in multinational conflicts.
- Ph.D., Columbia University, 2016
- M.A., Georgetown University, 2006
- B.A., Queen's University, 2004
- DIPL 1711: Introduction to International Relations
- DIPL 2120: Introduction to International Security
- DIPL 3120: Nuclear Weapons & International Security
- DIPL 6130: International Security
- DIPL 6132: US Grand Strategy
"Twenty years after: assessing the consequences of enlargement for the NATO military alliance,” International Politics 57 (2020): 509-529.
"Building the Airplane While Flying: Adapting NATO's Force Structure in an Era of Uncertainty." Rome: NATO Defense College. May 2019.
"The United States and the Middle East: Interests, Risks, Costs," with Daniel Byman, Sustainable Security: Rethinking American National Security Strategy, eds. Benjamin Valentino and Jeremy Suri (Oxford University Press, 2016).
"The Normative Foundations for a New Global Concert," (with Kyle Lascurettes) in Great Power Multilateralism and War Prevention: Concert or Contest? (Routledge Press, 2017).
- Eisenhower Defense Fellow, NATO Defense College, 2018
- Stanton Nuclear Security Junior Faculty Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017-2018
- Non-Resident Fellow, Modern War Institute, US Military Academy at West Point, 2017-2018
- International Security
- US Foreign Policy
- Military Intervention
- Middle East
- Nuclear Weapons
- The Inquiry "Is NATO obsolete?" BBC World Service, December 21, 2019.