We aim to make USC the key university that produces young scholars with the local area expertise to challenge and enhance debates about American grand strategy.
- We look for graduate students across disciplines who are interested in US-Asia relations
- We welcome those without deep area expertise as well as those who are knowledgeable about the region
- USC fills a key missing element in the grand strategy debate: training experts to build off their scholarship to effectively influence the policy debates in Washington DC
- We want to expand the pool of young scholars and enable them to impact the American policy discourse as well as be superb scholars
For external fellows, we provide a graduate stipend and the possibility of limited research funds. We welcome applications from exceptional candidates in all fields who are interested in US-Asia relations of any type. We particularly welcome applications from individuals of backgrounds not widely represented in foreign policy discussions.
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