The European Union Institute for Security Studies invites applications for its transatlantic postdoctoral fellowship for international relations and security. This enables candidates who have recently received their doctorate in social and political sciences or economics, and whose work focuses on international relations, peace or security issues, to spend three eight-month stays at participating research institutions or think tanks. At least one stay must be on the Eastern side of the Atlantic and one on the Western side. Each candidate must have successfully defended their PhD by 1 October 2014 and must either be a citizen or a resident of the US, Canada or Europe for at least two and a half years in the five years before the application deadline.
Funding provides a monthly stipend of €1,800, a monthly health insurance allowance of €200 and a one-time travel allowance of €3,500 for travel to and from the host institutions.
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