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Young professionals all over the world, under 35, wishing to build a publication portfolio!!!

If you are fluent in English, at least currently pursuing an undergraduate degree from an accredited university (we do not mind if your studies are in the Arts, Social, Behavioral, or Hard Sciences), and like a challenge, please send us your resume with a brief cover letter indicating a preferred placement here at MD.

We especially encourage applications from developing countries, most notably Africa, Asia, the Middle East, or Latin America.

Contact us under: future(at)moderndiplomacy.eu

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CHANGE-AGENTS, THOUGHT-LEADERS, and NEW KNOWLEDGE:

Modern Diplomacy prides itself on being one of the fastest, most flexible, and adaptable entities in the world in terms of commissioned analysis and intellectual product. We welcome inquiries from corporations, think tanks, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations interested in the production of specific media like webinars, podcasts, broadcast ‘shows’, and thematically-focused commissioned research (examples of this are the immensely popular Iconoclast column, the influential Greater Caspian Project, and the forthcoming political analysis-entertainment podcast “The Slant,” as well as the eagerly anticipated launch in 2017 of the Journal of Rising Powers).

Designed and Destined Specifically for you!

While we will always remain true and committed to the principles of free media, open thought, and unfettered exchange of information and ideas, Modern Diplomacy embraces the opportunity to intensively interact with and engage major change-agents and thought-makers who would like to employ our unique research capability and analysis generation. We take pride in being able to produce answers to riddles and concerns that affect the specific missions and long-term goals of our partners around the world.

We look forward to your requests and making Modern Diplomacy work for you!

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Contact: future[at]moderndiplomacy.eu

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There will be no bloc of ‘emerging economies’ rising up to challenge the Western order. But what comes next may be more chaotic and dangerous.” ~ Suzanne Nossel, July 6, 2016 Foreign Policy

Modern Diplomacy is pleased to announce a call for papers for the Journal of Rising Powers, a new analytical magazine dedicated to assessing the contemporary chaos that is the ebb and flow of tension when Big Powers inevitably comingle with Rising Powers on the global stage.

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Daniel N. Abramson   Michael Akerib  Alexander Athos  Dr Nadya Ali
Ulf Bergstrom
Fatih Birol Mark Malloch Brown Rahul Bhonsle  
H.E. John Bruton Anatolii Baronin   Dr. Anna Cornelia Beyer   Jan-Willem Blankert

Elias Youssef Bejjani

Nile Bowie    
Jasna Čošabić, PhD Amb. Prof. Dumitru Chican Philippe Cayla H.E. Joaquim Chissano

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Victor Chauvet  Harrison Lanigan-Coyte  
Sande Dodevski Prof. Barry Desker  Prof. Igor Dirgantara H.E. Mr. Nguyen Tan Dung
Jamil Maidan Flores      
Prof. Anil Gupta  Ulrike Guérot Jacqueline McGlade Gagliano Giuseppe
Dr. Hubertus Hoffmann Pia Hansson Judith Hoevenaars Eva Kjer Hansen
Hans-Olaf Henkel  Deborah Hardoon    
Hussein Ibish, PhD      
Prof. Mei Junjie H.E. Donald J. Johnston Rikard Jozwiak  
Dr. Andrey Kortunov H.E. Yoon Young-Kwan  Yana Korobko  
Ilias I. Kouskouvelis Dmitry Kalinichenko
Kester Kenn Klomegah Dr. Muhammad Aslam Khan  
Andrii Kolpakov   Peggy Kapellou Maria Kyriacopoulou Foteini Kalantzi   
Pascal Lamy Barry Lynn Oskar Lafontaine  
H.E. Mr. Pham Binh Minh H.E. Louis Michel Kishore Mahbubani
Eleonora Milazzo   Sir John Monks Attila Marjan Ioannis Mantzikos  
Dr.Prem Misir   Nina Matijašević Ioannis Michaletos Seumas Milne
Ousainou Ngum Lars Nicander Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya  
Sir Geoffrey Owen      
Vicky Pryce  Boštjan Ploštajner    
H.E. Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Prof. Stephen Roach    
Ndongo Samba Sylla   H.E. Mr. Truong Tan Sang Peny Sotiropoulou  Dr. Mansour Salsabili 
Ajmal Sohail   Prof. Simon Serfaty Prof. Jiang Shixue  Diego Solis
Matt Smith Helena Smith  
Derek Tonkin Dr. Edward Tse Moshe Terdiman  
Haiyan Wang  Nick Witney  Rene Wadlow  Prof. Zhang Weiwei
Francesco Brunello Zanitti Dr. Valbona Zeneli    

 

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