WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 9, 2014) -- The East-West Center has announced the appointment of four 2014 Asia Studies Fellows at the East-West Center in Washington. The fellowship provides residence of three or six months at the East-West Center in Washington to scholars and analysts who wish to undertake policy-relevant research and writing on key issues of relevance to the U.S.-Asia relationship, including in the diplomatic, politico-security, economic, social and international fields.
Mendee Jargalsaikhan is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of British Columbia. He will conduct research on “The U.S.-Mongolia's Comprehensive Partnership: How to Maintain Momentum.”
Dinshaw Mistry is an Associate Professor at the University of Cincinnati. He will conduct research on “Assessing U.S.-India Defense and Strategic Relations.”
Joonui Park is a Ph.D. candidate at Boston University. She will conduct research on “Striking the ‘21st Century’ Trade Agreement: The Case of Intellectual Property Rights in the TPP Negotiations and U.S.-Northeast Asian Trade Relations.”
Vitaly Kozyrev is an Associate Professor at Endicott College. He will conduct research on “Reshaping Regional Orders: The Eurasian Union and the Politics of Integration Alliances in Eurasia.”
Fellows are supported through residence at the East-West Center in Washington and in some instances field research in Asia. In addition to research and writing, fellows give one public seminar during their residency. For more information on this fellowship opportunity, visit Asian Studies Visiting Fellowship.
For more information, please contact Ms. Grace Ruch Clegg at email@example.com.