Council on Foreign Relations - International Affairs Fellowship for Tenured International Affairs Scholars
Can the US and China Decouple? Interdependence & Security in Technology and Telecommunications
Project Director: Mark Dallas, associate professor of political science and Asian studies and director of Asian studies
This prestigious fellowship will provide Dallas with a year-long placement in a U.S. government agency, allowing him to grow his current research that examines the globally integrated 5G telecommunications ecosystems and the changes to U.S.-China relations over technology, such as in semiconductors. Close proximity to the resource-rich research venues in Washington, D.C. along with China policy and American foreign policy experts will allow Dallas to further expand his research, explore new areas of inquiry, and readily share his findings.
The Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellowships for Tenured International Affairs Scholars provides tenured academics from a variety of backgrounds with a year-long placement at a U.S. government agency, in Congress, or with an international organization in order to gain practical experience in foreign policy-making fields. This placement is mutually beneficial, as policymakers benefit from the exposure to critical scholarly research relevant to the foreign policy and national security issues facing the United States and the world.