The Japan Scholar fellowship is open to either Japanese citizens or legal permanent residents of Japan, who can offer advanced policy-oriented research and writing that will bridge the gap between the academic and policy communities.
Successful applicants will spend two to six months in residence at the Wilson Center in Washington DC.
Candidates must be pursuing research or be involved in developing public policy issues concerning Japan, including U.S.-Japan relations and East Asian political, security, economic, and social issues.
The residential fellow will have full access to the Library of Congress as well as university and special libraries in the area. The scholar will be offered a monthly stipend as well as partial transportation costs and other benefits.
Applications for scholars are accepted at any time, and candidates should specify when and for how long they seek appointment.
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