Kyle Rohrich is a master’s student at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University focusing on international conflict resolution and public international law. Kyle’s interests include diplomatic studies, EU diplomacy, human rights, and the Europe/Eurasia region. Kyle was a Boren Scholar in the Kyrgyz Republic. While studying the Kyrgyz and Russian languages, he volunteered for local LGBT human rights organizations as well as Freedom House. Kyle has also worked at the US State Department and has conducted his own field research assessing the conflict dynamics of the Basque Country in Spain. He received his BA in political science and Spanish from Nebraska Wesleyan University. He speaks Spanish, Kyrgyz, Russian, and French. Kyle was born and raised in Pierce, Nebraska.
Updated May 2014
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