Ms. Annie Chen is a research intern at AGI for the fall of 2017. She contributes to the AGI Notizen Blog, supports resident fellows with their research projects, manages databases, and helps organize and document AGI events.
Ms. Chen recently completed her BA at the University of Toronto, with dual majors in Political Science and Criminology. Her research interests lie in Transatlantic Relations and International Security, particularly with issues related to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. She also enjoys reading German literature and philosophy.
Prior to joining AGI, Ms. Chen conducted research in Mexico City, where she investigated the impact of the Mexican security crisis on cross-border migration patterns. She hopes to pursue graduate studies in the field of International Relations.
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