The Moshe Dayan Center Abroad
The Moshe Dayan Center maintains an extensive array of cooperative ties to institutions abroad.
The Center has a well-established academic cooperation agreement with Northwestern University, providing the framework for exchanges of students and visiting scholars. The Center is seeking to expand such academic ties with universities in China and Southeast Asia, and has regular contact with Shanghai International Studies University in China.
The Center regularly conducts joint seminars with foreign research centers. These may be convened abroad or in Israel. Recent seminars have been held in cooperation with the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, and The Asan Institute in South Korea.
The Moshe Dayan Center has long-standing academic ties to The Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Many members of the Moshe Dayan Center have been visiting fellows of The Washington Institute, and have published numerous studies under its auspices.
The Moshe Dayan Center also has close academic ties to the Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences at the Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara, Turkey. The Center provides visiting teaching faculty and lecturers to METU departments, and sponsors joint conferences.
The Moshe Dayan Center regularly hosts interns and visiting scholars from high-ranking universities abroad. For example, every Summer the Center hosts several graduate students of the School of International Service at American University (SIS/AU) for a summer research internship.
In addition, Center members are much in demand as speakers in conferences around the world, and in events sponsored by the Friends of Tel Aviv University in the Americas and Europe. New institutional ties have been forged in the framework of Euro-Mediterranean cooperation, as well as with academic institutes in Southeast Asia and South America.