GPI fellow Erika examines the asylum process in a background guide for our 2023 Think-a-Thon.
Erika Chagin is a pre-law sophomore at USC studying International Relations and Global Economy. At USC, she is involved is Model UN, Society of Women in Law, Middle Eastern North African Student Assembly, Lebanese Club, AcceptED, Women and Youth Supporting Each Other, Flow's Sexual Assault Prevention team, and more. Erika recently embarked on an immersive research trip to Kyrgyzstan, where she spent a month collaborating with the EU delegation, parliament, journalists, NGOs, and other political figures to create policy recommendations regarding their mining industry. She is also an intern at the Children's Law Center. She aims to become an international human rights lawyer with an emphasis on conflict resolution in the Middle East.
Speakers discuss border disputes and displacement in panel event
A recent GPI event sheds light on border disputes in Palestine, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.
Lebanon’s gas deal: insufficient palliative or beacon of hope?
An economic crisis in Lebanon exposes the need for urgent energy reform.