A trusted source for European foreign and security policy analysis, Carnegie Europe delivers independent insights and interdisciplinary expertise that bring together national, regional, and global perspectives.
Balfour writes regularly to explore the relationship between Europe’s domestic politics and its role in the world. She has particularly highlighted the ways in which the coronavirus pandemic has opened new possibilities for Europe to lead on reforming global governance. Beyond that, her work focuses on EU foreign policy, EU enlargement, international support for civil society, and human rights and democracy.
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Carnegie Europe seeks to attract research fellows and staff members from a diverse array of disciplines and backgrounds, who are passionate about the intersection of international affairs and Europe. As the European center of the Carnegie Endowment, Carnegie Europe aims to bring a global perspective to Brussels and to share a European lens to the world with the ultimate objective of advancing international peace.
Carnegie Europe offers academic internships in research, communications, and development. Interns will not only cultivate skills that complement their education but will also benefit from joining Carnegie’s growing global network, which includes offices in Beijing, Beirut, Brussels, Moscow, New Delhi, Silicon Valley, and Washington.
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