The Signal Board
The CIC’s fellowship program attracts established researchers and foreign policy professionals, as well as Canada’s most promising young minds, providing them with the opportunity to help guide Canada on pressing foreign policy issues. Open to academic, public policy, business, media and other professionals with international expertise, the CIC awards a limited number of fellowships across Canada each year, creating an interdisciplinary team of experts, each focused on a particular issue area.
The CIC produces rigorous and policy-relevant research on critical international issues, from developing a climate-change strategy, to confronting threats from non-state actors, to managing Canada’s evolving relationship with the United States. CIC research is independent: we owe no allegiance to any government or to any political body. The council does not take institutional positions on policy issues.
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