Wilson Center Experts
Katharine Diamond is currently a Program Assistant for the Environmental Change and Security Program.
Prior to working at the Wilson Center, Katharine interned with ECSP while finishing her master's degree in Security Policy Studies from George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs. While at GWU, she specialized in transnational security and weapons of mass destruction. In December 2012, Arms Control Today published an article she coauthored on U.S. biological weapons strategy under President Barack Obama.
At the Wilson Center, she has regularly contributed to ECSP’s blog, New Security Beat, including writing several in-depth pieces on demography, population, health, environment, and security in Uganda and Mongolia. Her interests lie in how longer-term drivers of instability interact over time to impact security.