The University of Nebraska’s National Strategic Research Institute (NSRI) has an exciting opportunity for an unclassified, USSTRATCOM-funded research project to develop a methodology to measure the relative friction between the US and four countries in the following categories: Economic, Ideological, Geo-Political, and Resources. To assist with this effort, NSRI is seeking faculty researchers with requisite expertise in the following areas:
- Strategic Assessments / Modeling
- International Economics / Global Commerce
- International Law / Politics / Relations / Security
- Resource Distribution
- Country expertise about Russia, China, Iran, or North Korea
If interested, please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information by Oct. 12, 2018.
- Researcher Name
- Researcher Email
- Campus / College
- 1-Paragraph Explanation of Relevant Expertise
NSRI will contact applicants via teleconferences to discuss the way ahead for building the research team and getting the research effort on contract.
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