Tristan Williamson is a current graduate student at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. He is pursuing his Master’s in International Affairs with concentrations on International Law & Organizations and U.S. Foreign Policy. He holds a BA in International Affairs from James Madison University. In the past, he was a member of the Virtual Student Federal Service as a virtual intern with the U.S. Consulate General in Durban, South Africa. He also previously interned at My Vote Counts, a non-profit organization based in Cape Town, South Africa dedicated to improving accountability, transparency and inclusiveness in politics in South Africa. He is from Clarksville, Virginia and speaks English and German. He also has some knowledge of Afrikaans.






Andrew Fallone is a Senior at American University, pursuing majors in International Service and German. Originally hailing from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Andrew interned previously with the Embassy of the Principality of Liechtenstein, the General Palestinian Delegation to the United States, the German government’s Office of Migration and Integration in Freiburg, Germany, among numerous other think tanks and civil society actors. Andrew spent a semester a semester studying international relations and Mediterranean politics in Madrid, Spain. He speaks German, Spanish, and is currently learning Arabic. Andrew is also the Executive Editor of The World Mind, a peer-review undergraduate journal of international relations and domestic politics. He writes on international migration, forced displacement, global South-North dynamics, and state sovereignty.








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