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RT @CharlesEdel: Launching the new Makers of Modern Strategy. Tremendous group of essays, masterfully edited by @HalBrands https://t.co/7RT…
Sue Mi Terry
Director of the Asia Program and the Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy
Director for Geoeconomics and Indo-Pacific Enterprise and Deputy Director, Asia Program
Director, South Asia Institute
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Competition for Taiwan Scholars
Currently accepting applications for a fellowship of up to eight weeks in summer 2023. This residential scholarship will bridge the worlds of academic research and policy implementation that will lead to enhanced relations between Taiwan and the United States.
Competition for Japan Scholars
The Japan Scholar initiative is supported by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation to promote research on issues of mutual concern between Japan and the United States.
The Wilson China Fellowship
The next round of Wilson China Fellowship applications is now open! The application period will run from April 1st to June 15th, 2023.