Grace Easterly

Program Coordinator and Research Assistant

South Asia

Grace Easterly is the Program Coordinator and Research Assistant for the South Asia Program. She graduated summa cum laude from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study with a BA in International Political Economy and Security and a minor in French. Her senior thesis focused on the strategic history of Djibouti and the broader Western Indian Ocean region. Previously, Grace interned for the Environmental Security Program at Stimson, Hillary for America, and the Yemen Peace Project. While at NYU, she was the recipient of several grants for research in Ethiopia, Djibouti, and Singapore on issues in economic development and security.


Fellowship opportunities for individuals to expand their knowledge of security issues in the subcontinent and engage with the South Asia policy community in Washington, DC

In-depth analysis of evolving grand strategies, competitive behaviors, and strategic alignments in the Indo-Pacific

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From Kargil to Balakot: Southern Asian Crisis Dynamics and Future Trajectories

Two decade review: South Asia crises will likely escalate further & faster as escalation pressure and crisis management challenges grow

A Qualitative Assessment of SIMP Implementation in Four Countries

Overview The Walton Family Foundation (WFF) commissioned the Stimson Center to assess the impact and effectiveness of the US Seafood Import Monitoring Program (SIMP) implementation in four seafood-producing countries: Chile, Peru, Mexico, and Indonesia…

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