Wang Gungwu visiting fellows programme

The Yusof Ishak Institute invites applications for the Wang Gungwu visiting fellows programme. This supports pre-and postdoctoral research fellows and mid-career policymakers in undertaking policy-relevant and contemporary research in Singapore on international politics and security, regional economics and digital technology. Research may be in the following priority areas:

  • developments in US-China relations and their impact on Southeast Asia;
  • Asia-Pacific security issues, being South China Sea, China-ASEAN relations;
  • progress and prospects of global or regional economic cooperation initiatives like the belt and road initiative and the regional comprehensive economic partnership;
  • rise of China and its impact on Southeast Asian communities;
  • use of digital media and technology by countries to further their interests and influence perceptions in Southeast Asian countries.

The fellowship may last for two to six months and includes a monthly stipend and a round-trip economy airfare between the applicant’s home base and Singapore.

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