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If you’re interested in getting involved, then head over to The Atlantic Council’s Jobs page to learn more about how they foster international relations.

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Europe Center - Fall 2022 Young Global Professionals
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Associate Director, Asia Security Initiative
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Digital Forensic Research Lab, Engagement Intern - Fall 2022 Young Global Professionals
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HR YGP Internship
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Freedom and Prosperity Center - Fall 2022 Young Global Professionals
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Global China Hub - Fall 2022 Young Global Professionals
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Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center - Fall 2022 Young Global Professionals
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Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center - Fall 2022 Young Global Professionals
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Global Energy Center - Fall 2022 Young Global Professionals
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Assistant Director/Program Assistant, Europe Center
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Our country’s relationship with Europe started off pretty rocky. There were all kinds of conflicts including the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Spanish American War, and plenty of others. It wasn’t really until after World Wars I and II that U.S-Europe relations really began to stabilize. That’s why in 1961 The Atlantic Council was founded. They are a Washington, DC based think tank that “promotes constructive U.S. leadership and engagement in international affairs based on the central role of the Atlantic community in meeting the international challenges of the 21st century.” Over the organization’s 50 years its mission and programs have evolved, but they remain focused on maintaining a constructive trans-Atlantic dialogue.

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I realize that it’s kind of hard to grasp what think tanks actually do–especially when their mission is something as nebulous as promoting “constructive U.S. leadership and engagement in international affairs.” Here are some things that the Atlantic Council is working on that will give you a better idea of what they actually do:

  • identifying and shaping responses to major issues facing the Atlantic Alliance and transatlantic relations;
  • building consensus on U.S. policy towards Russia, China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan;
  • promoting balanced responses to growing energy needs and environmental protection;
  • drafting roadmaps for U.S. policy towards the Balkans, Africa, Cuba, Iraq, Iran, and Libya;
  • engaging students from across the Euro-Atlantic area in the processes of NATO transformation and enlargement

To really get to know more about the Atlantic Council, you can take a look at the Atlantic Council’s Programs and Publications. If you’re interested in getting involved, then head over to The Atlantic Council’s Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for an Outreach and Public Events Assistant – Office of Development and External Relations. Give it a look.

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