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Joel Davis posted on March 11, 2015 15:03
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. 
 
Amy Skonieczny
ISA Paper Awards Coordinator
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