This organization is an independent academic institute that studies key issues relating to Israel’s national security and Middle East affairs.
Through its mixture of researchers with backgrounds in academia, the military, government, and public policy, the organization is able to contribute to the public debate and governmental deliberation of leading strategic issues and offer policy analysis and recommendations to decision makers and public leaders, policy analysts, and theoreticians, both in Israel and abroad. As part of its mission, it is committed to encourage new ways of thinking and expand the traditional contours of establishment analysis.
Conceiving of security studies as a dynamic interdisciplinary field that involves military, intellectual, economic, and social resources.
Job Description of Trainee:
Interns in this position will work as research assistants on a variety of subjects related to security and international relations in the Middle East.
Interns must be graduates of at least a BA in one of the following fields: International Relations, Mid-East studies or Security Studies. Interns must also have at least begun studying towards their masters degree to be considered.
Some type of research experience. Interns must also have at least begun studying towards their masters degree to be considered.
Other qualifications required/Rec.: No need for Hebrew.