Katie Dock

Former Research Assistant

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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.

Research & Writing

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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