Analyst, Power Vacuums Program, Human Security Unit
Alice Hickson is an Analyst for the Power Vacuums program in the Human Security unit at the New Lines Institute.
Prior to joining New Lines, Alice served as the Joseph S. Nye Jr. Intern for the Middle East Security Program at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), where she co-authored a report on Aligning U.S.-Israeli Cooperation on Technology Issues and China. She previously interned with the Council on Foreign Relations’ editorial team where her research on modern Sunni-Shia tensions and DACA’s constitutionality is featured on their website. During her time studying in Jordan, she conducted independent research for her thesis on Palestinian refugees and the right of return.
Alice holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Middle Eastern Studies from Tufts University. She tweets at @_alicehickson.