PSSI is looking for a Research Assistant with demonstrable interest in Russian or Eurasian affairs to support its activities.
The internship will primarily involve monitoring of current events in Russian politics, economics and foreign policy. The intern will also be expected to interact extensively with PSSI Staff and provide research and administrative support as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have the following skills/ capabilities:
This is an excellent chance to gain insight and direct exposure into one of the leading Central European think tanks. You will also benefit from unparalleled access to a wide range of PSSI events.
On completion of the internship, you will receive a letter of reccomendation and become a part of PSSI Alumni. Please note that the internship is an unpaid position. It is for a period of three months on a part time basis, starting in early January 2016.
To apply, please send a covering letter, CV and a writing sample on an international relations/ current affairs topic (max. 600 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 6.
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On February 27, PSSI and Slovak Foreign Policy Association organized a roundtable on Russian influence in Central Europe. The event was a joint session for two projects – “The Development of Economic Relations Between V4 and Russia: Before ... more »
On March 6, RMSSP students welcomed Roger W. Robinson, Chairman and Co-Founder of the Prague Security Studies Institute. At the beginning of the lecture, Mr. Robinson pointed out that economy is one of the main dimensions of hybrid ... more »
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