The future of the West after the crisis
DIIS researcher Fabrizio Tassinari affiliated to the German Marshall Fund of the United States
Senior Researcher Fabrizio Tassinari is now affiliated as Senior non-Resident Fellow with the German Marshall Fund of the United States. Tassinari continues in his current capacities at DIIS and joins GMF Berlin office as a part of his stay in the city as one of Germany’s Alexander von Humboldt fellows.
The appointment was announced in Washington on July 2nd. In a press release, GMF President Craig Kennedy said: “Fabrizio Tassinari’s expertise is a valuable addition to the organization. His insight into EU institutions and the future of the West are of great importance as the EU searches for a solution to the financial crisis.”
|DIIS’ Director Nanna Hvidt says: “This is a great recognition of Fabrizio’s expertise. On behalf of DIIS I am very proud of the nomination. I look forward to this further strengthening of the cooperation between the GMF and DIIS.”
The German Marshall Fund of the United States is a nonpartisan American public policy institution dedicated to promoting greater cooperation and understanding between the North America and Europe. Founded in 1972 through a gift from Germany as a permanent memorial to the Marshall Plan assistance, GMF maintains a strong presence on both sides of the Atlantic.