Patrick McGrath is a graduate student at The Fletcher School at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. He is pursuing a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy, focusing on international organizations, political development, and regional security. Mr. McGrath is a Fulbright grant recipient and previously worked as a lecturer for the State University of Novi Pazar and a project manager for the NGO NorthStar in Novi Pazar, Serbia. He was a 2016 Think Visegrád Fellow at the Slovak Foreign Policy Association in Bratislava, Slovakia, and also completed research at the International Centre for Policy Studies in Kyiv, Ukraine. Mr. McGrath completed his Bachelors degree in international relations at Tufts University, focusing on economic and political development in Southeastern Europe, and spent a year of studies in Austria and France. He participated in the 2017 Masaryk University Summer School on energy infrastructure and policy repercussions in Telč, Czech Republic.
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