Four postdoctoral research fellowships, Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Stockholm, Sweden. Deadline: 10 April 2023.
The Swedish Institute of International Affairs is one of Europe’s oldest and most established research institutes, founded in 1938. The institute is politically independent and provides information, analysis and research on international issues. Successful applicants will pursue their own proposed research projects within the framework of existing and emerging thematic programmes. Each position is 100% funded for a two-year period. The successful candidates will first and foremost pursue their research plans at an international scientific standard. They will also participate in, and receive support from, the institute’s research environment and the institute’s wider activities. Each position will be affiliated with one of the institute’s thematic programmes or centres.
Applicants in this round of recruitments are encouraged to propose projects in the following areas:
- European politics, especially but not limited to European or Euro-Atlantic related security questions.
- Global politics, especially but not limited to geopolitics surrounding the green transition.
- Middle East and North African politics, especially but not limited to geo-economic competition playing out in the region.
- Asian politics, especially but not limited to Indo-Pacific relations.