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The American Academy of Arts & Sciences is seeking applications for The Raymond Frankel Nuclear Security Policy Fellowship

December 24, 2021

The Fellowship provides an opportunity for an early-career professional with training in security studies or nuclear policy to learn about a career in public policy and administration. The Fellow will assume primary responsibility for managing the Promoting Dialogue on Arms Control and Disarmament <> project, in close coordination with the Project Chair, Dr. Steven E. Miller, and the program staff.

The role therefore includes: organizing the series of Track-2 dialogues between nuclear experts and former officials from the United States, China, and Russia to identify critical goals in arms control; arranging the educational briefing series for Members and staffs of Congress to deepen knowledge on key issues and challenges facing the United States in arms control and international security; and coordinating the publication series focused on critical debates within nuclear arms control.

Further information can be found here: <>
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