News and Updates from FPA

Joel Davis posted on February 03, 2015 15:58
The ISA West is pleased to announce the following winners of the 2014 paper awards:

Undergraduate:

Talin Bagdassarian, LMU- "A Preliminary Study on Armenian National Identity and Foreign Policy Attitudes"


Graduate Student — Therese Anders, USC, “Violent Intrastate Conflict and Government Welfare Spending Decisions”

Faculty — Yelena Tuzova and Jacek Kugler, Claremont Graduate University , “EuroAsia and Global Restructuring"

Thank you all the participants who submitted papers to the competition! The awards will be presented to the winners during the 2015 ISA West Conference. 
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