The Asia-Pacific Security Program seeks to inform the exercise of U.S. power and leadership in the Asia-Pacific region through a wide variety of research, publications, and activities, including dialogues with officials, public events, and expert working groups. The Program’s research agenda focuses on such issues as how the United States can rebalance its strategic priorities and resources over time to shape the region to account for China’s rise and how to refashion traditional alliances, build new partnerships, and strengthen multilateral institutions. Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated interest in the region, experience doing detail-oriented work on tight deadlines, and be strong writers. Interns will be called upon to assist in research efforts, support events convening top experts in the field, and take advantage of opportunities to write under their own bylines. Target start date: February 2019
For more information, see CNAS website.