Caroline Dorminey was a policy analyst in defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute. She worked on issues pertaining to the US defense budget, defense politics, force structure, and involvement in the international arms trade. She is an Emerging Expert with the Forum on the Arms Trade.
Prior to joining the Cato Institute, Caroline completed a Master’s in International Relations at the University of Chicago, where she wrote her thesis on the intersection of American grand strategy and high-tech weapon exports. Her BA is from UNC Chapel Hill in Peace, War, and Defense.