Vieraileva vanhempi tutkija - ohjelma

Yhdysvaltojen politiikan ja vallan tutkimuskeskus on alusta saakka mahdollistanut tutkijavaihdon niin Yhdysvaltoihin kuin sieltä tänne. Alla lisätietoa vaihdosta sekä henkilöistä, jotka ovat olleet Suomessa vaihdossa.

Vierailun pituus:

Tutkijavaihdon pituus on noin kolmesta kuukaudesta vuoteen.

 

Palkka:

Palkka neuvotellaan Ulkopoliittisen instituutin johtajan kanssa. Koska Suomella on sopimus Yhdysvaltojen kanssa verojen maksusta, verot maksetaan joko Suomeen tai Yhdysvaltoihin. 

Palkka kattaa matka-avustuksen sekä rahoitusta tapahtumille ja julkaisulle. Tutkija saa käyttöönsä toimistotyöhön kuuluvat perustarvikkeet kuten tietokoneen. Vaihto kattaa myös työterveydenhuollon. Tutkijan odotetaan maksavan omat asumis- ja elämiskustannuksensa.

 

Asuminen:  

Ulkopoliittinen instituutti auttaa sinua löytämään asunnon Helsingistä. Useimmat ovat vuokranneet asunnon yliopiston vierastalosta, jossa vuokra on n. 2000-3000 euroa kuukaudessa riippuen huoneiston koosta. Yliopiston vierastalo sijaitsee lähellä instituuttia. Vieraileva tutkija voi myös vuokrata halutessaan asunnon vapailta markkinoilta. 

 

Odotukset:  

Instituutti toivoo, että vieraileva tutkija tuottaisi artikkelin talon julkaisusarjaan. Eri julkaisumuodot löytyvät instituutin sivuilta. Aiheesta voidaan keskustella riippuen tutkijan tutkimusaiheesta. Vierailevan tutkijan toivotaan myös osallistuvan seminaareihin niin puhujana kuin osallistujana sekä olevan median tavoitettavissa. 

 

Edelliset vierailevat vanhemmat tutkijat (biot englanniksi):
 

Robert Nurick
Robert Nurick is a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security. His previous experience includes serving as director of the Carnegie Moscow Center and as Senior Political Scientist at the RAND Corporation. Mr Nurick’s research interests include the interrelationships between domestic politics and security policies in Russia, Ukraine, the Baltic states, and Central Asia.

 

Michael Haltzel

Michael Haltzel is Senior Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations (Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies) From 1994 to 2005, he was European foreign policy advisor to Senator Joseph R. Biden, Jr. His other positions have included Chief of the European Division of the Library of Congress, Director of West European Studies at the Woodrow Wilson Center, and Vice President for Academic Affairs of Longwood University. He is the author or editor of ten books on European history and international relations. He received a B.A. from Yale and an M.A. and Ph.D., both from Harvard.

 

Mark N. Katz

Mark N. Katz is a professor of government and politics at the George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government, he was a Senior Visiting Fellow at FIIA during April-September 2017. During 2018, he was a Fulbright Scholar at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London (January-March), was then the 2018 Sir William Luce Fellow at Durham University (April to June), and later returned to FIIA as a Senior Visiting Fellow in order to work on this project (August 2018). His research interests include Russian foreign policy (especially toward the Middle East), changing great power relations, and the international relations of revolution. He is currently a member of the FIIA Scientific Advisory Council.

 

Leo Michel

Leo Michel is Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council. His previous government positions included: Distinguished Research Fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies; Director for NATO Policy and Director for Non-Nuclear Arms Control in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and Deputy U.S. Representative to the U.S.-Russia Bilateral Consultative Commission as well as other goverment positions. Michel holds a M.A. from Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies and a B.A. from Princeton University.

Christopher A.Kojm

Christopher A. Kojm serves as the Director of the Elliott School’s Leadership, Ethics and Practice Initiative. He re-joined the School as a Professor of Practice in International Affairs after serving as Chairman of the National Intelligence Council from 2009 to 2014. He is also the Director of the US Foreign Policy Summer Program and served previously as director of the mid-career Master’s in International Policy and Practice program. He taught previously at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School. In government, Chris served as a staffer on the House Foreign Affairs Committee from 1984-98 under Rep. Lee H. Hamilton, as a deputy assistant secretary of state in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research (1998-2003), and as deputy director of the 9/11 Commission (2003-04). He was also president of the 9/11 Public Discourse Project, the Commission’s follow-on public education organization (2004-05). He also served as a Senior Advisor to the Iraq Study Group (2006).

 

Deborah A. McCarthy

Deborah A. McCarthy is an expert on U.S. foreign and national security policy with over 30 years of diplomatic experience. Currently, she is a consultant with the Transnational Security Group and the producer of the national security podcast “The General and the Ambassador” (https://www.generalambassadorpodcast.org). She served as the U.S. Ambassador to Lithuania from 2013 to 2016. Previously, she was the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs. Ms McCarthy also served as Deputy Ambassador at the U.S. Embassy in Greece and the U.S. Embassy in Nicaragua. In Washington, she was the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Narcotics and Law Enforcement, the Senior Advisor for Counter Terrorism and the Special Coordinator for Venezuela. Other diplomatic postings include: Consul General Montreal, Economic Counselor U.S.Embassy Paris, Financial Economist U.S. Embassy Rome and assignments in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.

tulevat tapahtumat

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Uusimmat julkaisut

Sinkkonen, Ville & Vogt, Henri (2020). The West: Divided in freedom and fear?. Teoksessa Lehti, Marko; Pennanen, Henna-Riikka; Jouhki, Jukka (toim.): Contestations of liberal order: The West in crisis?. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. 123-150.