The National Security and International Policy (NSIP) team seeks to advance a strong progressive vision for U.S. foreign policy. The team works on a wide array of issues—ranging from defense and national security policy, to foreign affairs and international development—and has a broad geographic scope, from China and the Koreas, to the Middle East and Turkey, to Mexico and the Americas. Major ongoing projects include a robust Middle East program; innovative work on U.S. foreign policy toward China and in Asia; development of a strong progressive vision on national defense; analysis of the cross-linkages of climate, migration, and security; and sustainable security through greater global prosperity and effective international development.
The China subteam is looking for an intern with:
- A demonstrated interest in geopolitical issues in Asia.
- High-level Mandarin Chinese proficiency. In your cover letter, please indicate your level of Chinese proficiency and elaborate on experience conducting research using Chinese-language sources.