How do non-super power nations effectively cooperate with China? How can the history and Culture of the Middle Kingdom be used as a guidepost in forming strong partnerships with China? How are shifting global political trends forcing a revaluation of traditional alliances, to form new and strategic cooperative opportunities? These are some of the questions to be addressed by the SIGNAL Research Assistant Internship.Â
Researching and writing with an opportunity to be published in China.
Source research for a national publication in China
Editing SIGNAL’s Middle East News Digest, for Chinese scholars and experts – published monthly, focusing on recent and pertinent events related to Israel and the Middle East.
Conducting interviews with scholars and business people within the sphere of Israel China relations.
The intern will be reporting to Dale Aluf, SIGNAL Director of Research & Strategy
Advanced English writing, research, and analytical skills.
Highly motivated to work independently.
Ability to project manage writing and research projects.
Creative and interdisciplinary thinking.
The minimum length of the internship is eight weeks. Start and end dates may be flexible but must be agreed upon by SIGNAL and the intern.
*All out work is in English, but Chinese language skills are a great advantage.
This full-time position requires working from SIGNAL office and attending meetings around the country. SIGNAL’s office is located in the Teumim Building #1 at 33 Jabotinsky St., 7th fl., Ramat Gan, Israel.
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