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Tahlia Mullen

Issues: Domestic PolicyRegions: Germany, United StatesType: Analysis

Tahlia Mullen is a research intern at AICGS for the spring of 2021. She prepares briefing material, manages databases, supports the research projects of resident fellows, and helps to organize and document AICGS events.

Currently, Ms. Mullen is pursuing a BA at Dartmouth College in Government with a concentration in International Relations and a minor in Environmental Studies. Her coursework and research interests focus primarily on the Transatlantic relationship, and climate and energy policy. She also enjoys studying German language and history.

Ahead of coming to AICGS, Ms. Mullen conducted research with Dartmouth College’s Political Violence Field-lab assessing the impacts of humanitarian aid projects in Afghanistan. She also completed an internship at the Maine Center for Economic Policy. Upon completing her BA, Ms. Mullen plans to pursue a graduate degree in International Relations.

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