Catherine K. Lea
Senior Research Scientist
Catherine Lea directs CNA gaming efforts on Asia-Pacific operations and U.S. installation support. She is an expert on Japanese security policy and U.S. base politics in Japan. Her field work at CNA includes assignments at Amphibious Group Two, U.S. Fleet Forces, and three years in Yokohama, Japan, providing analytical support to U.S. Navy commands.
Lea holds an M.A. in National Security Studies from Georgetown University and a B.A. in Political Science and Economics from the University of California at Berkeley.
Center for Strategic StudiesStrategic Initiatives Group
CNA Maritime Asia Project: Workshop Two: Naval Developments in Asia (U)
The Long Littoral Project: East China and Yellow Seas
U.S.-India Security Burden-Sharing? The Potential for Coordinated Capacity-Building in the Indian Ocean (U)
CNA Maritime Asia Project: Workshop Three: Japan's Territorial Disputes (U)
Maritime Security Issues in East Asia: CNA Maritime Asia Project: Workshop Four (U)