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Research Associate Ii - Institutional Office Of Regulated Nonclinical Studies
Galveston, TX
Cont Spec, Cont/War
Rockford, IL
PART TIME FACULTY, Real Estate Financial Modeling Instructor, NYU School of Professional Studies, SCHACK INSTITUTE OF REAL ESTATE
New York, NY
Study Coordinator I
Los Angeles, CA
Adjunct Instructor - Foundation Studies
Santa Monica, CA
Cyber War-game and Table Top Exercise (TTX) Support Analyst
Fort George G Meade, MD
Clinical Trials EDC Study Designer
Boston, MA
Research Coordinator II / Study Builder
Monrovia, CA
Salk Institute -- Research Assistant II (E166)
La Jolla, CA
Research Assistant - Genomics Institute
Danville, PA

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Despite the fact that most of us probably don’t even think about it on a daily basis, we are a country at war. Formally, the War in Afghanistan is the only current war that the United States is fighting since hostilities in Iraq officially ended on August 31, 2010; however, the reality is that we still are actively engaged in Iraq and Syria now too. Military policy continues to be an extremely important part of what our government does, and it’s essential that our leaders are well prepared to make important decisions regarding these conflicts. The Institute for the Study of War is a Washington, DC based non-profit organization that was founded in 2007 to do just that. The organization “produces strictly non-partisan, non-ideological, fact- based research” and aims “to promote an informed understanding of war and military affairs through comprehensive, independent, and accessible open-source research and analysis.”

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The Institute for the Study of War has two main focuses: their Iraq Project and their Afghanistan Project. However, it does seem that the Institute for the Study of War may be expanding their focus. As new conflicts like the one in Libya emerge, I’m sure that they’ll be studying them and analyzing them. It’s all based on the premise that “a healthy democracy requires civilian leaders who are well versed in military affairs.” Apparently most American colleges and universities abandoned military studies during the Vietnam War, and there has a growing divide between our military and the civilians who control it. The Institute for the Study of War aims to close that gap. If studying war sounds interesting to you, check out The Institute’s Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for a Research Analyst for their Gulf Security Project. You must be able to read Farsi or Arabic, so if you can’t, you may wan to reach out to them about other opportunities.

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