Julia Mullert MSc

Visiting Research Fellow

  • Department:
    Visiting Research Fellows
  • Main fields of interest: Counter-Terrorism International Relations Law of the European Union

Profile

Julia Mullert is currently a Fulbright scholar in the 2023-2024 cohort. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in International Relations at Boston University in 2017 with concentrations in security studies and the Middle East and North Africa. She then attended America University, graduating with a Masters of Science in Terrorism and Homeland Security Policy in 2021.  

During this time, she worked for the One World Strong Foundation, an NGO founded by a survivor of the Boston Marathon Bombing to provide peer-to-peer support to survivors of terror. There she worked on the ResilienceNet app, a DHS-funded project to create a virtual platform that links victim services and terrorism prevention resources to increase resource accessibility.

She is currently a Fulbright research scholar in the Schuman program, which focuses on EU-wide research. Her work investigates how Member States in the European Union have implemented the EU 2020 Counterterrorism Agenda in their domestic counterterrorism approaches as it pertains to foreign fighter returnees. Along with the Asser Institute, she is also affiliated with the Brussels International Center and Danish Institute for International Studies.