Junior Adjunct Fellow
Expertise: National Security, International Conflict, Foreign Policy
A Charlotte native, Caroline Anderson is an undergraduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is currently pursuing a BA in Economics and a second major in Peace, War, and Defense, with a concentration in National and International Defense and Security.
This past summer, Caroline studied in the Balkan region. There, she researched the fall of Yugoslavia and analyzed current peace and democracy-building efforts. Through her experience, she assessed progress in the development of state institutions, minority rights frameworks, and ethnic reconciliation in post-conflict societies. Caroline’s interests include national security, conflict resolution, and foreign policy.