Fellowships: Pacific Forum CSIS has six fellowship programs: the James A. Kelly Korean Studies Fellowship, the Korea Foundation Fellowship, the Sasakawa Peace Foundation Fellowship, the WSD-Handa Fellowship, the Adm. Lloyd Vasey Fellowship, and the Nonproliferation and Nuclear Security Fellowship.
Young Leaders Program: The Young Leaders Program was established in 2004 to enhance cross-cultural opportunities for young scholars and foreign policy professionals to improve their policy analysis skills at an early juncture in their careers. Participation in the program affords Young Leaders an unparalleled opportunity to build networks, observe the foreign-policy making process, and voice their generation’s viewpoints within elite circles of policy specialists.
Hawaii Asia-Pacific Affairs Leadership Program: The Hawaii Asia-Pacific Affairs Leadership Program, building on the six-year success of its predecessor the Hawaii Emerging Leaders Program, provides undergraduates, graduate students, and young professionals with the opportunity to learn about Asia-Pacific international affairs from leading senior and emerging policy experts affiliated with Pacific Forum CSIS.
Emerging Leaders Program: The Pacific Forum CSIS operates three emerging leaders programs to provide motivated young individuals with the opportunity to meet internationally recognized experts on US foreign policy, hear their views, and acquire unique insights into the foreign policy-making process.
Internships: Pacific Forum CSIS offers full and part-time non-paid internships in the fall, spring, and summer for undergraduates, advanced students, and recent graduates who are interested in gaining practical experience at an international think tank.
Honolulu International Forum: The Pacific Forum CSIS invites you to explore the major political, economic, and security issues in the Asia Pacific directly with the experts, policy-makers, and practitioners themselves through its Individual and Corporate Diplomacy Membership Program.
Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific: The Pacific Forum CSIS program on Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific is organized around its membership in the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP). Formed in 1993, CSCAP promotes regional security through dialogue and collaborative study group projects focusing on policy issues related to security issues of common concern among its 20 member committee.
Strategic Dialogues: Our program on strategic stability has evolved into two strands: one homes in on reassurance of allies and partners, while the other examines strategic nuclear dynamics with China.