Dino Tramontani holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and Diplomacy from Ming Chuan University, Taiwan. During his time in Taiwan, he focused on East Asian politics with a special emphasis on China-Taiwan relations, completing an internship at the Taiwan Center for Security Studies. At the Hertie School, he pursued a Master of International Affairs with a concentration in security, sustainability and development. After his first year at the Hertie School, he undertook a Professional Year position at the Sino-German Urbanisation Partnership, a Beijing-based project with a focus on cooperation for sustainable urban development between China and Germany, implemented by the German development agency GIZ. In addition to his studies at the Hertie School, Dino also worked at the European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities (ALLEA) in Berlin.
Master’s thesis title
Shifts in Germany’s development policies on the African continent in response to increased Chinese regional engagement