Catharin Dalpino


Seton Hall University

Catharin E. Dalpino is a Diplomat-in-Residence at Seton Hall University. Ms. Dalpino is a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Labor. She has taught on the subjects of Southeast Asian politics, security, and international relations at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, and the Elliot School of International Affairs at George Washington University. While at Georgetown University, she also served as the Director of Thai Studies at the Walsh School of Foreign Service.

In addition to her teaching experience, Ms. Dalpino has served as the Director of the Aspen Institute’s Advocacy and Exchange program on Agent Orange/dioxin in U.S.-Vietnam relations, a non-resident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Asia programs, a fellow at the Brookings Institution, a career officer at the Asia Foundation, and a policy analyst at the World Bank.

Ms. Dalpino has published three books on U.S. policy toward Asia, as well as numerous articles and op-eds, and has testified frequently before Congress on U.S. relations with Southeast Asia.

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