Associate Fellowships

The Council on Geostrategy’s Associate Fellowship programme seeks applications from emerging and established experts in areas pertaining to the geopolitics and environmental security, focused specifically on how such phenomena are likely to affect the United Kingdom, as well as other free and open nations, and how an effective response should be developed.

Associate Fellowships are open to professionals of any background, including academics, researchers, experts, journalists, officials, diplomats, or military personnel. Applicants are expected to share our mission.

We offer four kinds of Associate Fellowship each year:

The Ernest Bevin Fellowship in Euro-Atlantic Geopolitics

The Ernest Bevin Fellowship is for researchers who wish to focus on how geopolitical trends in the Euro-Atlantic are likely to affect the United Kingdom, as well as other free and open nations.

The James Cook Fellowship in Indo-Pacific Geopolitics

The James Cook Associate Fellowship is for researchers who wish to focus on how geopolitical trends in the Indo-Pacific are likely to affect the United Kingdom, as well as other free and open nations.

The Thomas Telford Fellowship in Strategic Power and Infrastructure

The Thomas Telford Associate Fellowship is for researchers who would like to focus on how the United Kingdom should boost its national power.

The William Stanley Jevons Fellowship in Environmental Security

The William Stanley Jevons Associate Fellowship is for researchers who would like to focus on how the United Kingdom, as well as other free and open nations, should respond to the environmental crisis.