“It is always better to be sure that we cannot be harmed,than to assume that no one wants to harm us.”– Gyula Andrássy
The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), together with The Hungary Initiatives Foundation (HIF), is pleased to announce the third call for applications for the Andrássy National Security Fellowship – a six-month fellowship program aimed at cultivating the next generation of Hungarian strategic thinkers committed to strengthening ties between Hungary and the United States.
During their time in Washington, Andrássy Fellows will be paired with a specific CEPA program – Strategy and Statecraft, StratCom, Defense, Energy Security – that matches their main interests. Each Fellow will work with a designated CEPA scholar and will conduct independent research. Andrássy Fellows will participate in outreach to the U.S. policy community and produce high-quality policy analysis. The Andrássy Fellowship will feature an expert roundtable event hosted by CEPA and the publication of an analytical paper showcasing the Fellows’ work.
Fellows will also work with core CEPA staff on a full spectrum of think tank processes including, policy briefings, brainstorming sessions, networking, and program planning and administration.
CEPA will provide a $3000 monthly stipend, cover roundtrip travel to Washington, D.C., and provide assistance for the Fellow’s visa application process.
The fellowship period will run September 1, 2018 through February 28, 2019.
The Fellowship was conceived in the spirit and legacy of Hungarian statesman Gyula Andrássy, who served as Prime Minister of Hungary (1867–1871) and Foreign Minister of Austria-Hungary. Alongside Bismarck, he was an architect of European order gifted, in the words of a contemporary, “with great perspicacity, large minded and liberal views, and the decision of character so necessary to be a ruler of men … ever governed by a feeling of justice and honour in the performance of his duty.”
HOW TO APPLY
We invite applications from individuals with the following qualifications:
- Young professionals holding Hungarian citizenship with at least four years of relevant work experience, or post-graduate scholars with at least 2 years of focused research;
- Outstanding academic credentials and English language skills;
- Demonstrated commitment to transatlantic values;
- An interest in at least one of the following areas: energy policy, nuclear deterrence, information warfare, NATO and defense policy, and/or Visegrád cooperation; and
- Demonstrable leadership potential and ability to work independently.
If you have any questions about the application process or the fellowship itself, please e-mail Marta Sikorski Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS 11:59 p.m. eastern standard time on June 15, 2018.
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