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Lauren D. Gilbert is an associate director with the Atlantic Council’s Indo-Pacific Security Initiative (IPSI) within the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. In this role, she works to promote forward-looking strategies and constructive solutions for the most pressing issues affecting the Indo-Pacific in order to enhance cooperation between the United States and its regional allies and partners. In particular, the focus of her work is US-ROK-Japan Trilateral Cooperation, Integrated Nuclear Deterrence, and Trans-Atlantic-Pacific coordination in the aim of defending the rules-based international system.

Originally from Texas, Gilbert holds an MIS in International Cooperation from Seoul National University’s Graduate School of International Studies. She also attained her BA in International Relations and Global Studies, with a concentration in International Security and a minor in Asian Studies, from the University of Texas at Austin.