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Albert Mashkulli

Halle Foundation/AGI Intern

Albert Mashkulli is a research intern at AGI in spring 2024. He assists resident fellows with their research projects, manages databases, and helps organize and document AGI events. Mr. Mashkulli is currently a master’s student at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) where he specializes in strategy, security, and statecraft, with a regional focus on Europe and Eurasia. Prior to his time at SAIS, he received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and economics in 2022 from SUNY University at Buffalo. He also received a bachelor’s degree in political science with a minor in Italian in 2019 from SUNY University at Buffalo.

Mr. Mashkulli worked as a political science research assistant as an undergraduate, where he researched the spread of Russian misinformation in Eastern Europe, the spread of online misinformation and its effect on political polarization, and the geoeconomics of European micronations. His area of expertise includes European defense and security, geopolitics of the Balkans, and the post-Soviet space.

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