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Caroline Steel

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caroline_steelAsymmetric Operations Intern

Expertise: Hybrid conflict, counterinsurgency strategy, rhetoric & decision-making, terrorism, Middle Eastern relations, Lebanese politics, Russian relations, mapping & visualization

Caroline Steel graduated from Durham University (UK) with a 2:1 B.A. in International Affairs, Arabic, English Literature and Philosophy. She studied Arabic at the French Embassy’s Institut français du Proche-Orient (Ifpo) in Beirut, where she spent time backpacking the Lebanese Mountain Trail to collect data for research on sustainable development. Caroline’s academic studies focused around the application of Securitization theory in the 21st Century Caucuses, International Political Theory, and the mapping of mind-philosophy to the study of emotion in political psychology.

She currently works as a digital strategist and web developer at BADLab Brand & Design, integrating tech skills with lateral problem-solving.

Caroline previously interned with the Maryland Democratic Party and Kuwaiti Embassy Cultural Office, as well as several other organizations in a marketing and analytical capacity. She speaks Spanish, Arabic, and some Russian.

Recent Posts

Hyperwar: How Militarized AI is Transforming the Decision-Making Loop

Posted on: December 15th, 2021

ASP in the News: COO Matthew Wallin in Stars and Stripes

Posted on: November 23rd, 2021

The Iran Threat Network along the Qa’im-Bukamal Corridor: a Flashpoint for Power Projection

Posted on: November 9th, 2021

The Future of Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan

Posted on: October 14th, 2021