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Alex Walker posted on March 25, 2016 15:31
The Diplomatic Studies Section Award Committee is pleased to announce that the Committee has completed deliberations and nominated the winners for this year’s Book Award and Article Award. The winners were announced at the DPLST business meeting at the ISA 2016 Convention in Atlanta. The Committee is grateful to everyone who nominated a book for consideration. The field was very strong this year and it was a pleasure to celebrate such excellent and diverse scholarship in our field.

The Co-Winners of the 2016 DPLST Book Award, Diplomatic Studies Section of the International Studies Association are:

  • Karen Yarhi-Milo (2014). Knowing the adversary: Leaders, intelligence, and assessment of intentions in international relations. Princeton University Press
  • Todd H. Hall (2015). Emotional diplomacy: Official emotion on the international stage. Cornell University Press

Co-Winners of the 2016 DPLST Article Award, Diplomatic Studies Section of the International Studies Association are:

  • Robert F. Trager (2015). Diplomatic Signaling among Multiple States. The Journal of Politics, Vol. 77, No. 3, pp. 635-647
  • Seanon S. Wong (2016). Emotions and the communication of intentions in face-to-face diplomacy. European Journal of International Relations, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 144-167
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