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I am currently attending the University of Malta, in Malta, in a dual degree masters program associated with George Mason University in Conflict Resolution and Mediterranean Security.
When I graduate with my two degrees, I am looking to get involved with NGO's for field experience, to apply all of the education I am gaining throughout my year in Malta. I want to take the tools I have and offer them to conflict or post-conflict zones and help do what I can with what is available.
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Student- Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
de facto states
state building (nation building)
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