Work for one year as a Research Assistant to a Senior Scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace!
The James Gaither Junior Fellows Program invites applicants apply in one of the following areas:
- Democracy, Conflict, and Governance
- American Statecraft
- Nuclear Policy
- Technology and International Affairs
- Strong research and writing skills required
- International Security and Political Economy (works with the South Asia program)
- Quantitative data analysis and GIS skills required. Strong mathematical background a plus. A background in international relations theory or international political economy along with an interest in military issues is essential.
- Global Order and Institutions
- Background in international institutions and management of transnational challenges strongly preferred
- Sustainability, Climate, and Geopolitics
- Coursework related to sustainability and climate issues required; data skills a plus
- Background knowledge on European politics is essential; ability to perform research in a European language other than English a plus
- Asia (China, Economics, Technology)
- Mandarin Chinese language skills required; background in economics or emerging technologies strongly preferred
- Asia (Indo-Pacific Security)
- Mandarin Chinese language skills, familiarity with Asian security, defense and foreign policy issues essential; proficiency in Japanese, Bahasa, or another Asian language a plus
- Russia and Eurasia
- Excellent Russian reading skills required
- Middle East
- Reading fluency and the ability to perform academic as well as on-line research in Arabic essential; strong background in Middle East politics and/or history a huge plus.
- Africa Program
- Graduating with a bachelor’s degree between May 2022-May 2023; Not currently enrolled in a graduate school program.
- Deadline: January 17, 2023
You must request access to the application materials and be nominated by the campus rep – Karen Mura, Prestigious Fellowships Advisor. For more information, email email@example.com