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Thu, Jan 7, 2021

Starling interviewed by BBC Radio Scotland on the siege of the US Capitol

Forward Defense Deputy Director Clementine Starling discusses Trump supporters' siege of the Capitol and its implications for US domestic politics and democracy moving forward.

In the News by Atlantic Council

Non-Traditional Threats Politics & Diplomacy

Fri, Nov 20, 2020

Starling quoted in Space News on expected Biden space policies

On November 20, Forward Defense Deputy Director Clementine Starling was quoted in a Space News article titled “Biden likely to stay course on Space Force and defense investments.”

In the News by Atlantic Council

Defense Industry Defense Policy

Wed, Nov 11, 2020

Pavel, Kroenig, Starling, Scheunemann, and Garlauskas mentioned in USNI News on their participation in a panel on Pentagon turnover

On November 11, Barry Pavel, Matthew Kroenig and Clementine Starling were mentioned in a USNI News article on a November 10 Atlantic Council panel that discussed the implications of Pentagon turnover.

In the News by Atlantic Council

Defense Policy Democratic Transitions

Clementine G. Starling is the deputy director of Forward Defense and resident fellow of the Transatlantic Security Initiative at the Atlantic Council. In her role, she oversees the Initiative’s programming and research, and leads on the defense policy and European security practice areas. Her own research focuses on great power competition with China and Russia, deterrence and US force posture, and transatlantic security.

During her time at the Council, Starling has produced and contributed to reports on Russia’s nuclear strategy, military mobility, political warfare, Europe-China relations, and the US-UK relationship. Starling’s analysis has been featured in a range of publications and she has provided commentary for National Public Radio, the BBC, and ABC News, among others. Within the Transatlantic Security team, she played a leading role in managing NATO’s official public diplomacy efforts (“NATO Engages”) around the Alliance’s 2019 London Leaders’ Meeting and other summits. Starling is also the Security and Defense fellow at Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP).

Prior to joining the Atlantic Council, Starling worked in the UK Parliament with the House of Commons Defence Select Committee providing analysis on UK defense, Middle East security, and technology. Originally from the United Kingdom, she also worked for the Britain Stronger in Europe (BREMAIN) campaign. She graduated with honors from the London School of Economics with a Bachelor of Science in International Relations and History.

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