Caroline Dibble is a senior program assistant with USIP’s program on Israel, the Palestinian Territories, and the Region. 

Prior to joining USIP, Dibble served as a project assistant at the National Democratic Institute where she supported the Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Syria portfolios. She also worked as a development intern at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia

Dibble received a bachelor’s degree in foreign affairs and history as well as a master’s degree in religion, politics and conflict from the University of Virginia. She is proficient in French, having studied at Sciences Po in Lyon, France, and has spent time studying Arabic at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco.

Publications By Caroline

Takeaways from Blinken’s Trip to the Middle East

Takeaways from Blinken’s Trip to the Middle East

Friday, February 3, 2023

The Middle East has not been a high priority for the Biden administration thus far, with issues such as Russia’s war in Ukraine and escalating tensions with China taking precedence. However, recent developments in the region are catching the administration’s attention, and Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s visit to Egypt, Israel and the West Bank earlier this week sought to reaffirm U.S. engagement in the Middle East amid political turnover in Israel, spiraling violence in the Israeli-Palestinian arena, stepped-up Iran-Israel tensions and a deepening economic crisis in Egypt.

Type: Analysis

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