Nico is a third-year student at Georgetown's School of Foreign Service. He is currently in Amman, Jordan, studying Arabic. In the past he has worked at consulting firms and human rights organizations in Washington, D.C. He has also spent a summer in Brussels and Strasbourg working for a MEP at the European Parliament. On top of PolicyMic, Nico also blogs at Huffington Post Italy.
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