National Asia Research Program
2019 National Asia Research Program
The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) and the Institute for National Security Studies at the National Defense University (NDU) have partnered to organize the National Asia Research Program (NARP), a major nationwide research and conference program designed to reinvigorate and advance the policy-relevant study of contemporary Asia.
A group of 20 rising Asia scholars will be selected through a competitive, nationwide process to contribute policy-relevant research on national security issues for a one-year term. We are looking for Asia scholars interested in engaging in research and scholarship of direct relevance to policymakers. The application is open until January 21, 2019.
2010–11 National Asia Research Program
NBR and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars partnered to organize the 2010–11 National Asia Research Program. The 2010–11 class of Research Associates and Research Fellows, selected through a competitive, nationwide selection process, were chosen based on their research into issues of strategic importance to U.S. interests in Asia. NBR and the Wilson Center supported the research of these Associates and Fellows during their two-year terms and worked to bring their research issues to the attention of U.S. policymakers, through publications, the flagship Asia Policy Assembly, regional conferences, and policy briefings.
The publications and events below are from the 2010–11 National Asia Research Program.