Intern with an analytical focus on Russian influence operations in Europe


  • Teamwork and independent activities in the Kremlin Watch team, which include:
  • Monitoring and cooperation on regular Kremlin Watch Briefing in the English language;
  • Involvement in the preparation of expert documentation within the area of disinformation campaigns;
  • Participation in the preparation and realization of non-public events of the Program, for example, closed roundtables, closed briefings.


What We Offer:

  • Basic four-month unpaid internship with the prospects of long-term cooperation;
  • Recognition of the internship as a required practice;
  • The possibility to meet and cooperate with international and Czech expert communities;
  • Space for personal development under professional supervision aimed at the analysis of public policies and political processes;
  • Work in a young motivated international team of graduates and students from world-famous universities;
  • Flexible cooperation exclusively on an online basis.


What We Require:

  • Relevant field of study at a Masters level or current student of a relevant Master’s program – fields include: Security and Strategic studies, International relations, Political science, European studies, Territorial studies, Law, etc.;
  • Advanced knowledge and active interest in the study of disinformation campaigns and security policy;
  • Research and analytical skills;
  • Basic knowledge of European media and institutional environments;
  • Perfect knowledge of English language both written and spoken, knowledge of Russian, language is an advantage but not a requirement;
  • Flair for writing;
  • Time flexibility – ca 15 hours per week.



Deadline for applications: April 28th, 2021

Results of the 1st round: April 30th, 2021

Interviews with selected candidates: May 4th – 5th, 2021 (video call)

Internship start: May 10th, 2021 (or upon mutual agreement)


Contact person:

Klára Veverka

Deputy Director for Operations

[email protected]

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