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Giulia Pasquali was a research assistant with the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin, where she supported the institute’s work on peace and security. Her areas of interest include EU foreign policy, technology politics and the intersection between security and political economy.
Giulia is completing a double master’s degree in international affairs at Sciences Po Paris and the London School of Economics, where she is specializing in international security and political economy. She is also a permanent author for A Path for Europe, a student-led think tank where she contributes with articles on EU foreign affairs and security.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in European social and political studies from University College London, for which she completed one year of study at Humboldt University in Berlin. During her studies, Giulia worked as a public policy and research intern for several think tanks, including the Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Potsdam and Istituto Bruno Leoni in Milan. In addition, she has helped organize international conferences and participated in volunteering projects in London, Paris, Berlin, and Kathmandu.