The defense planning and U.S. global strategy intern will conduct research into the future direction of American foreign policy, which will include an exploration of emerging global threats to U.S. national security. It will focus on a current research project analyzing the efforts of select foreign actors to shape strategic environments in the grey space between war and peace, with an emphasis on the actions of foreign militaries. The ideal candidate will possess a strong academic record, professional demeanor, and a demonstrated interest in American foreign policy and national security. Strong research skills and a knack for writing concisely are required. Experience conducting research related to national security is strongly preferred. Language skills in Arabic, Farsi, Russian, or Mandarin are helpful, but not required.
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