Katie Dock

Research Assistant

Protecting Civilians in Conflict, Transforming Conflict & Governance

Katie Dock is a Research Assistant with the Transforming Conflict & Governance and Protecting Civilians in Conflict teams at the Stimson Center. Her research focuses primarily on the protection of civilians, NATO, and atrocity prevention. Previously, Katie was a Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellow with the Stimson Center.

Katie graduated from the University of California, Berkeley as a member of Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in Peace and Conflict Studies and a minor in Middle Eastern Studies. Prior to joining Stimson, she worked at the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue in Geneva, Switzerland and the Fund for the Public Interest.


Building bridges between NATO stakeholders and the expert community to act on the Alliance’s ambition to protect civilians with its operations around the world

Sharing knowledge and resources to strengthen policymakers’ and practitioners’ commitment and capacity to prevent atrocities around the world.

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Origins, Progress, and Unfinished Business: NATO’s Protection of Civilians Policy

Reflecting on the history of NATO’s PoC policy and its implementation highlights opportunities for further work

Breaking a Cycle of Exodus: Past Failures to Protect Rohingya Refugees Should Shape Future Solutions

The UN Refugee Agency’s historical engagement with Rohingya refugees reveals a pattern of displacement and unsafe returns

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