The Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Congressional Fellowship is a non-partisan, non-residential fellowship program that connects current staff members from the US House and US Senate with Atlantic Council senior fellows and other leading experts. Through the eleven-month fellowship, fellows will be invited to a series of six off-the-record roundtable discussions to discuss critical issues connected to the region, including but not limited to:
- US-Ukraine Relations
- US-Russia Relations
- Kremlin Influence Operations in the West
- The War in Ukraine’s East
- Frozen Conflicts
- Energy Security
- Economic Development and Prospects
The program also connects fellows with Atlantic Council experts for hearings, briefings, and background meetings. The fellowship includes a capstone study trip to Ukraine, where staff members have senior meetings with representatives from the Ukrainian government, opposition, civil society, and private sector.
The application process for the 2020 fellowship program has closed. To find out more about the fellowship, contact [email protected] for further details.
The Eurasia Center’s mission is to enhance transatlantic cooperation in promoting stability, democratic values and prosperity in Eurasia, from Eastern Europe and Turkey in the West to the Caucasus, Russia and Central Asia in the East.