Anton Witchell-Chibber is a researcher at the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre (DCDC) in Shrivenham.
Prior to this position, he has worked in several analytical, operational, and research roles: as a data officer for NATO Defense College in Rome, as a global security analyst for Dyami Security consultancy, as an operations manager for London-based think tank Politeia, and as a researcher for the British Chambers of Commerce. He has worked with INGOs, including Relief International, in their Middle East Support Office in Amman, and for Oxfam International as part of their Global Programs Team in Den Haag, the Netherlands.
He has a Bachelor’s degree in International History and Politics from the University of Leeds, where he was Managing Editor of the University of Leeds Human Rights Journal, and a Master’s degree in Conflict Studies and Human Rights from Utrecht University, at which time he was an active member of the JASON Institute for Peace and Security Studies. His dissertation findings on the NATO intervention in Libya were presented at both the 2019 British Conference of Undergraduate Research and the 2018 International Conference for Undergraduate Research