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William Fassuliotis

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williamfassuliotisPosition: Research Assistant and Intern

Expertise:  Energy & Climate Security, Greece/Cyprus-US Relations, Democracy Building

Background: William Fassuliotis is an undergraduate at the College of William and Mary, studying Government and Biology. Originally from northern New Jersey, he has rarely found a subject that did not interest him. At William and Mary, he is a member of the Fencing Club, is a co-leader of the Orthodox Christian Fellowship and played trombone with the Jazz Ensemble.

During the fall semester, Will interned at AidData as a geo-coder assigned to map out and monitor the distribution of development finance throughout the world. In the summer of 2013, Will was selected to serve as a student representative on a foreign policy trip to Greece and Cyprus with the American Hellenic Institute (AHIF), where he met public servants, politicians, and dignitaries, and learned directly of the issues facing these countries. Will prepared and gave a speech on the issues of Cyprus at the closing ceremony and issued a policy paper entitled “America’s Rather Visible Hand in Greece and Cyprus” for publication by the AHIF.

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Recent Posts

Weather, Climate, and National Security

Posted on: May 7th, 2014

ASP’s Consensus Member David Titley Interview in Slate

Posted on: April 21st, 2014

A Deeper Look into the Melting Arctic

Posted on: April 21st, 2014

What’s a Degree Here or There Really Matter?

Posted on: April 17th, 2014

ASP’s Andrew Holland in The New York Times

Posted on: April 2nd, 2014