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Alise Krapāne

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Alise Krapāne is an associate fellow at the Latvian Institute of International Affairs. Alise has worked in Washington, DC for the Joint Baltic American National Committee (JBANC) that represents the Baltic-American communities along with its three parent organizations, the American Latvian Association, the Estonian American National Council, and the Lithuanian American Council, in Washington D.C. Also, she has worked as a research assistant to the Dean of the Regent University’s School of Government and Senior Research Fellow at Georgetown's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs.
Alise holds an MA in Government and International Relations from Regent University, Virginia and a BA in Intercultural Relations from the Latvian Academy of Culture. Her research interests include Baltic and Euro-Atlantic security and relations with Russia, as well as the role of national identities in international relations.