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On June 15th, 2020 an incident occurred in the disputed Ladakh area. Although there was no gunfire, 20 Indian soldiers and an undisclosed number of […]Read More
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There is a common perception, or rather a misconception, that the biggest obstacle on Serbia’s path towards the EU is Russian purported influence. Although it […]Read More
The Rohingya-crisis has attracted the attention of the international community for some years. Yet, the latter has failed to act on a situation which has […]Read More
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Thai Linh is Regional Co-Director for Asia-Pacific.
Thai Linh holds a graduate degree in Development Economics from the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. Her interest in international economics and political economy sparked her primary research on the financial markets and the US-China trade war. Prior to her graduate studies, she gained a wide range of professional experiences in both public and private sectors. Thai Linh’s undergraduate major was in international relations with a focus on the rise of China and Asia’s middle powers. She went on exchange at the Yonsei University in Seoul as part of her studies and hosted her own talk show in the form of internet radio broadcast on campus. Growing up in Hanoi, Seoul, and Berlin, Thai Linh speaks Vietnamese, English, German and Korean.
Alexandra is currently pursuing a double degree in Economics, Political Science, and English at the University of Heidelberg, the University of Bristol, and Leiden University.
She has worked as a research assistant at the FEST Heidelberg, with a focus on conflict research and the changes to European defense policies as a result of the Russo-Ukrainian War, and as a tutor for statistics at the Institute of Political Science in Heidelberg. She is on the board of the Heidelberg MUN Society, where she is responsible for finance and member administration. During her time in the United Kingdom, she has volunteered in the preservation and study of historic monuments through the English Heritage Trust.
She speaks German, English, French, Spanish and Dutch.