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PSSI is looking for a Research Assistant

25.11.2015

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:

  • Proven interest in Russia or Eurasia
  • Excellent writing and research skills
  • Superb organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Fluency in Czech and English. Knowledge of Russian is preferable but not mandatory

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 tomasek@pssi.cz by December 6.

Call for Applications: 15th Annual PSSI Summer School

11.04.2019

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PSSI At 35th Space Symposium

07.04.2019

PSSI’s Space Security Program Director, Dr. Jana Robinson, is attending the 35th Space Symposium, organized annually by the Space Foundation. ... more »

The Second Run of PSSI's Security Academy for Young Politicians

06.04.2019

The Security Academy for Young Politicians is a program offered to members of youth organizations of democratic political parties in order to improve their capabilities in the security field. This year's run was concluded on April 6.  The ... more »

PSSI Organized a Public Debate on NATO

05.04.2019

The Prague Security Studies Institute organized a public debate about NATO on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Alliance. The opening remarks were delivered by the U.S. Ambassador to the Czech Republic Stephen ... more »

PSSI Published a Study Looking at the Most Popular Myths about the EU

19.03.2019

The analysis focused on the six most common myths about the EU spreading on disinformation websites in 2018.  The primary data was supplied by manipulatori.cz, the data-gathering was conducted using the >versus< media monitoring tool, ... more »

New Issue of Our Newsletter About the the Economic and Financial Aspects of National Security is Now Available

09.03.2019

The latest issue of the newsletter presents the outline of the Czech investment screening mechanism, explores the role of the International Investment Bank, and takes a look at the Russian investments in Crimea.  ... more »