For one year of work as a research assistant to a senior associate of the Carnegie Endowment on projects related to the establishment and maintenance of international peace, with opportunities to research, co-author, and otherwise interact with highly-placed and distinguished governmental officials.
If interested in being considered for nomination, contact the Office of Honor Scholarships no later than November 29, 2017
- Democracy and Rule of Law
- Nuclear Policy
- Energy and Climate
- Middle East Studies—Strong reading fluency and the ability to do academic as well as online research in Arabic essential. Strong background in Middle East politics and/or history is a huge plus.
- South Asian Studies—Applicants should be comfortable with quantitative data manipulation as well as possess an interest in military issues. A strong background in international relations theory, political theory, or international political economy is essential. A strong mathematical background is a plus. Note: foreign language skills are not required.
- China Studies (Asia Program)—Mandarin Chinese reading skills a huge plus.
- Japan Studies (Asia Program)—Japanese reading skills required.
- Southeast Asian Studies (Asia Program)—Strong background in economics essential. Background in politics of the region and knowledge of quantitative techniques a plus.
- Economics (Asia Program)—Mandarin Chinese reading skills a huge plus. Strong background in economics essential.
- Russian and Eurasian Studies—Excellent Russian reading skills required.
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