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Research Internship Program
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, chemistry, physics, biology/environmental science, engineering, operations research, mathematics, statistics, economics, psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, or international relations ... interned at CNA over the summer of 2016 before starting graduate school at the London School of Economics (LSE). At LSE, I studied environment and development in a joint program between the departments ... graduated from Johns Hopkins University School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS) with a Master’s Degree in International Economics and South Asia Studies. I interned at CNA between semesters
Why CNA?
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Why CNA /images/Careers/Ladd_GOA.jpg Why CNA? CNA is a nonprofit organization that brings creative solutions to a vast array of complex problems faced in the critical arenas of national security, public health, homeland security, community safety, and air traffic management. We offer great career opportunities for people with experience in science, engineering, mathematics, economics ... of individuals from across the spectrum of professional and scientific studies. We're always looking for talented people with backgrounds in: mathematics, chemistry, engineering, physics, economics
Force Readiness
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Force Readiness /images/expertise/ForceReadiness.jpg Force Readiness For a half-century, CNA analysis has helped the Department of Defense recruit, train, retain and educate the optimal force. Dozens of CNA analysts specialize in personnel issues. Most have Ph.D.s in economics and deep experience working with sailors and Marines. We design and employ sophisticated tools, including our dynamic decision model of servicemember retention. CNA data scientists employ machine learning algorithms and predictive analytics to address personnel issues as a component of the Navy’s Performance to Plan
Samaranayake_N
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Conducts multidisciplinary research and analysis for civilian and military leaders on maritime strategy, nuclear policy, alliance management, Arctic strategy and policy, and non-traditional security.
an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Nilanthi Samaranayake Research Program Director CategoryLists /our-media/podcasts/coming-in-from-the-cold/15
Zakheim_D
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An expert in defense strategy, programs and budgets, defense acquisition and contracting, defense-industrial collaboration, inter-agency process, Iraq, missile defense, and naval strategy, policy and organization.
and the Defense Business Board of the DOD. Zakheim has a D.Phil. in Economics and Politics from St. Antony's College at the University of Oxford and a B.A. in Government from Columbia University. He
ai and autonomy in russia: Issue 39, May 30, 2022
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IN RUSSIA The Russian Higher School of Economics released an article depicting the first stage of its research under the project “Ethical Expertise in the Field of Artificial Intelligence,” initiated ... languages. ASTU is the largest technical university in the Altai Territory and one of the top 100 universities in the country. According to a May 13 press release, the Higher School of Economics (HSE ... by Russia’s Higher School of Economics, 60-75 percent of graduate students of the academic track of leading universities leave Russia. In the advanced fields of natural and technical sciences, this share
ai and autonomy in russia: Issue 44, August 25, 2022
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of AI in clinical medicine.” Ranking digital medical technologies Experts from the Institute for Statistical Research and Economics of Knowledge at the Higher School of Economics (ISSEK HSE) have
ai and autonomy in russia: Issue 43, August 8, 2022
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, the Ministry of Economic Development created a new State Information System for economics. They aim to develop the system over the next two years. It will cost 294 million rubles but will possibley increase ... during this reporting period, including the following: According to a July 4 CNews article, Moscow’s Higher School of Economics has signed a five-year cooperation agreement with Adyghe State
ADVANCED ENERGY AND US NATIONAL SECURITY
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The CNA’s Military Advisory Board (MAB) first assessed the relationship of the U.S. energy posture energy to our national security in a 2009 report, Powering America’s Defense: Energy and the Risks to National Security. That study revealed urgent threats to major aspects of national security–military, diplomatic, and economic strength. We delved further in three subsequent reports. After almost a decade’s immersion in the subject, we concluded that our energy posture must allow us to adapt readily to longer-term changes in how energy is produced, stored, distributed, and used. Thus, we began the study discussed here, which considers the national security implications– both positive and negative–of the transition toward advanced energy.
and use — will have an impact on global economics and global politics. Trade relationships and geopolitical dependencies molded by energy — will be reshaped, resulting in new allies and adversaries
Food Chain Reaction Global Food Security Game
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Global food system disruptions are explored in a policy decision-making game developed and executed by CNA, World Wildlife Fund, Cargill, Mars, and the Center for American Progress.
expertise in agriculture, trade and economics, climate and the environment, diplomacy, and security represented national and international governing bodies and organizations and the private sector. During