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Guillem Colom

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National Security Strategy Intern

Expertise: Political extremism, asymmetric operations, U.S.-European affairs

Guillem Colom is a Junior at Tufts University majoring in Political Science and minoring in History with a focus on modern American history. His undergraduate research focuses on the dynamics of domestic and international terrorist organizations, along with the national security consequences of democratic backsliding and European political affairs.

At Tufts, Guillem engages in independent political science research on the intersection of American and European far-right politics and is an active member in a variety of advocacy and academic organizations.

In his free time, Guillem enjoys playing tennis, reading, and exploring D.C. with his friends.

Recent Posts

The U.S. Needs to Address Orbán’s Hostilities on Ukraine Aid

Posted on: February 8th, 2024

Why the West Needs to Address NATO’s Accession Pitfalls

Posted on: February 1st, 2024

It’s Time to Reform Domestic Counterterrorism Policy

Posted on: January 25th, 2024