Jacopo Pastorelli

Mr. Jacopo Pastorelli is a research intern at AICGS for the summer of 2022. He conducts research for resident fellows of the Geoeconomics Program and Foreign & Security Policy Program, manages databases, and supports the organization and documentation of AICGS events.

Currently, Mr. Pastorelli is pursuing the Atlantis Double Degree program, obtaining both a Master of Arts in International Relations from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University, with a regional focus on the European Union, and a Master of Science in Public Policy from the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. In his program, he concentrates on Transatlantic Relations and International political economy, and has particular research interests in U.S. – EU security cooperation and EU’s foreign policy. He also holds a Graduate Research Assistant position for the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs (at Syracuse University), where he investigates demographic aging and labor shortage policies in Germany.

Mr. Pastorelli earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Social Sciences from the Free University of Bozen (South Tyrol, Italy), where he studied in three languages, German, English, and Italian. During his bachelor’s program, Mr. Patorelli spent a semester studying in Berlin at the Freie Universität Berlin, where he was part of an interdisciplinary economics and social science program. Prior to joining AICGS, Mr. Pastorelli worked at the German Chamber of Commerce Abroad (AHK Italien) in Milan as a Market & Business Development intern. In his spare time, Mr. Pastorelli enjoys playing basketball and reading German literature.

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