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The Center for The National Interest is based in Washington, DC and was originally founded by former President Nixon as the Nixon Center for Peace and Freedom

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There’s currently a lot happening on the foreign policy front, and it’s hard to imagine a future where foreign policy isn’t even more important than it is now. Our world has become extremely interconnected, and it’s becoming more and more important that we get along with our neighbors. There are all kinds of non-profits working on these issues, and one is the Center for The National Interest, which is based in Washington, DC. The organization was founded by former President Nixon as the Nixon Center for Peace and Freedom, but they rebranded in 2011. They typically take the Realist perspective (here’s the Wikipedia article) on foreign policy, which is based on the belief “that mankind is not inherently benevolent but rather self-centered and competitive.”

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The Center for National Interest “has five main programs: Chinese Studies, Immigration and National Security, Energy Security and Climate Change, Regional Strategic Programs (Middle East, Caspian Basin and South Asia), and U.S. – Russia Relations.” They also publish a bimonthly magazine called The National Interest, which is focused on foreign affairs. You can learn more about the organization’s programs here, and you might also want to look over their brochure for a broader view of what they do. If you like what you see, you take a look at the Center for The National Interest’s Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for an Executive Assistant to the President, and the positions looks like it could be a great fit for a new or recent grad who has a deep interest in international relations.

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