Fellowships

Previous Fellowships

International Affairs Fellowship in Nuclear Security (2012-2018)

The International Affairs Fellowship (IAF) in Nuclear Security, sponsored by the Stanton Foundation, offered university-based scholars valuable hands-on experience in the nuclear security policymaking field and placed selected fellows in U.S. government positions or international organizations for a period of twelve months to work with practitioners. The program aimed to close the gap between research and practice and enriched the teaching and scholarship of academics. It also benefited policymakers by exposing them to cutting-edge scholarly research. 

Former Fellows

Affiliations at the time of award

2017-2018

Patrick Roberts, Associate Professor, Virginia Tech

Lawrence Rubin, Associate Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology

2016–2017

David Kearn, Associate Professor, St. John’s University

Dinshaw Mistry, Professor of Political Science, University of Cincinnati

2015–2016

Robert L. Brown, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Temple University

Neil Narang, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of California, Santa Barbara; and Visiting Assistant Professor, Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University

2014–2015

Austin G. Long, Assistant Professor of International Security Policy and Strategic Studies, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University

Sharon K. Weiner, Associate Professor of International Relations, School of International Service, American University

2013–2014

None awarded

2012–2013

Philipp Bleek, Assistant Professor, Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Program, Monterey Institute of International Studies

Alexander Montgomery, Associate Professor, Political Science, Reed College

International Affairs Fellowship in South Korea (2012-2014)

The International Affairs Fellowship in South Korea, sponsored by the Asan Institute for Policy Studies, assisted mid-career scholars and professionals from the public and private sectors to advance their analytic capabilities and broaden their foreign policy experience in South Korea.

Former Fellows

Affiliations at the time of award

2013-2014

Bridget L. Coggins, Assistant Professor of Government, Dartmouth College

Allison Marie Hooker, Foreign Affairs Research Analyst, Office of East Asia and Pacific Analysis, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, U.S. Department of State

2012-2013

Glenn Baek, Policy Adviser, Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, U.S. Department of Treasury

Troy Stangarone, Senior Director, Korea Economic Institute

International Affairs Fellowship in India (2008-2009)

The International Affairs Fellowship in India, sponsored by E.L. Rothschild through the ERANDA Foundation, assisted mid-career scholars and professionals from the public and private sectors to advance their analytic capabilities and broaden their foreign policy experience in India.

Former Fellows

Affiliations at the time of award

2008-2009

Luke A. Bronin, Chief of Staff to the President and Chief Operating Officer, Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.

Christopher Clary, Country Director, South Asia, Office of the Secretary of Defense

Peter A. Garretson, Chief, Future Science and Technology Exploration, U.S. Air Force

Cyrus Vance Fellowship in Diplomatic Studies (1974-2012)

The Cyrus Vance Fellowship in Diplomatic Studies offered outstanding Foreign Service officers from the U.S. Department of State the opportunity to spend a year affiliated with CFR in New York as a visiting fellow and to step away from the demands of public service to reflect on foreign policy issues. 

Former Fellows

2011-2012

Douglas P. Climan

2010-2011

E. Candace Putnam

2009-2010

Jacob Walles

2007-2009

J. Anthony Holmes

2005-2007

Evans J.R. Revere

2004-2005

None awarded

2003-2004

Christopher LaFleur

2002-2003

Helena Kane Finn

2000-2002

None awarded

1999-2000

Morton Holbrook

1998-1999

Neil Silver

1997-1998

None awarded

1996-1997

Victoria Nuland

1995-1996

James F. Dobbins

1994-1995

Robert T. Grey

1993-1994

John L. Hirsch

1986-1993

None awarded

1985-1986

Charles A. Schmitz

1983-1985

None awarded

1982-1983

Harry C. Blaney

1981-1982

Robert F. Ober

1980-1981

Alan D. Romberg

1979-1980

Philip Stoddard

1978-1979

Parker W. Borg

1977-1978

William G. Walker

1976-1977

Anton W. DePorte

1975-1976

R. Grant Smith

1974-1975

Allan Wendt

 

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