Gabrielle Tarini is a policy analyst at the RAND Corporation. Her current research focuses on security cooperation and security sector reform; European security and the NATO alliance; and humanitarian and stabilization issues. She is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where she received her Master’s in Public Policy. At the Kennedy School, she was a teaching assistant for a former Secretary of Defense, whom she helped to develop and manage a new graduate-level course on leadership in national security. Her graduate thesis, completed for a member of Congress, analyzed the causes and consequences of civilian harm in U.S. security assistance relationships and was awarded the "Best Analysis of an Emerging Crisis" by the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. In 2018, she was a Harold W. Rosenthal Fellow in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy. Previously, she was a research associate at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, where she conducted research on WMD nonproliferation. She received her BA in International Studies from Boston College.
James Dobbins, Gabrielle Tarini, Ali Wyne, The Lost Generation in American Foreign Policy: How American Influence Has Declined, and What Can Be Done About It, RAND Corporation (PE-A232-1), 2020
J.D. Williams, Gene Germanovich, Stephen Webber, Gabrielle Tarini, Unlocking NATO's Amphibious Potential: Lessons from the Past, Insights for the Future, RAND Corporation (PE-A695-1), 2020