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    Chinese Investment in Conflict-Affected Environments Fellowship Opportunity

    Status: Open

    Deadline: Friday, July 14, 2017

    The Asia Center at the United States Institute of Peace has an opening for a Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow for 2017-2018 to help advance and support our growing body of work on China’s influence on global peace and conflict dynamics. The fellow will examine the impact of China’s overseas investment on fragile states and identify strategies that conflict-affected states might use to prevent investment-related conflict. This would be a largely residential fellowship, based at USIP’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., although USIP offers some flexibility in terms of precise arrangements.

    Inclusive Societies Fellowship Opportunity

    Status: Open

    Deadline: Friday, July 14, 2017

    The Center for Applied Conflict Transformation (ACT) at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) has an opening for a Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow for five months to help advance and support our growing body of work on the role of inclusive peace processes in preventing and resolving violent conflict. This would be a largely residential fellowship, based at USIP’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., although USIP offers some flexibility in terms of precise arrangements. 

    India-Pakistan Fellowship Opportunity

    Status: Open

    Deadline: Friday, July 14, 2017

    The Applied Conflict Transformation Center and the Asia Center at the United States Institute of Peace has an opening for a Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow for 2017-2018, to help advance and support our growing body of work on Pakistan, India and the U.S. role in supporting regional stability in South Asia. This would be a largely residential fellowship, based at USIP’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., although USIP offers some flexibility in terms of precise arrangements.

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