Alec Dionne is the External Relations Manager at The New Lines Institute. Alec has worked on issues of public affairs and national security for the past seven years, focusing on projects in Northern Syria, Malaysia, Iraq, Ukraine, and Australia.
Recently, Alec has researched Indo-Pacific Security, writing strategy documents for Boeing Defense Space and Security, and the Department of the Navy. These efforts have focused on optimizing U.S. strategy for great power competition and grey zone conflict. Alec’s work in the Middle East centered on building non-sectarian institutions to address U.S. regional adversaries, primarily the Islamic State.
Alec holds a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Government with an Emphasis on International Relations from the University of Puget Sound and a Masters of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University. He tweets at @Alec_Dionne.