Nolan Fahrenkopf is an associate with SECURUS Strategic Trade Solutions, LLC. Mr. Fahrenkopf is an expert on weapons proliferation and specializes in strategic trade controls, controlling arms and military equipment transfers, and UN Security Council Resolution 1540 compliance. His work in this field has allowed him to lead seminars and conduct consultations with governments in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Sri Lanka, Serbia, and other countries. Mr. Fahrenkopf has provided recommendations to governments on trade regulations, customs controls, and border security in Eastern Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa, and East Asia. He has also provided support for the creation of product identification tools for customs officials.
Mr. Fahrenkopf has several years of experience working with industry, higher education, and the U.S. government. Mr. Fahrenkopf has extensive research and policy experience in weapons proliferation, particularly in the fields of aeronautics, conventional weapons, advanced missile technology, and nuclear systems. This research has included publications, the creation of two weapons datasets for use by scholars of international relations, conference presentations, and dissertation work. Mr. Fahrenkopf also has provided military and dual-use trade regulatory information to Japanese industry. In academia, Mr. Fahrenkopf has been an adjunct professor since 2015. Classes taught by Mr. Fahrenkopf have included introductory international relations, weapons of mass destruction and proliferation, and international conflict and security.
Mr. Fahrenkopf is a PhD. Candidate in political science at the University at Albany, State University of New York.