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Entries for February 2014

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ISA South 2014 Election Results

The virtual ballot box for our 2014 elections is closed and I am delighted to announce our incoming officers. Congratulations to Dr. Alexa Royden (President), Dr. Vincent Wang (Vice President), and the new Executive Council Members Dr. Maggie Commins, Dr. Kirsten Taylor, and Dr. Sean Giovanello. For more information regarding ISA-South leadership, especially the positions not open for election this year, you may visit http://www.isanet.org/ISA/Regions/South/Leadership.aspx.

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ILAW Announces Award Winner

The ISA International Law Section Book Award Committee is pleased to announce for the 2014 ILAW Book Award its selection of Joel Trachtman, The Future of International Law: Global Government (Cambridge University Press, 2013).

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WCIS Call for Nominations

WCIS invites nominations for TWO open positions on the WCIS Board in advance of the Caucus business breakfast meeting at ISA to be held on Friday, March 28 when we will have the election. We encourage self-nominations too!

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FPA Call for Nominations

We need nominations for officers!  Please send Deborah Larson (dlarson@polisci.ucla.edu) nominations (you can nominate yourself) including a short bio by February 21th

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Theory Section Announces Award Winner

The ISA Theory Section announces that the winner of the 2013 Best Book Award is Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, for The Conduct of Inquiry in International Relations: Philosophy of Science and its Implications for the Study of World Politics, Routledge, 2011.

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Peace Studies Announces Award Winner

The Peace Studies Section of the International Studies Association is very proud to announce that Rachel Wahl’s paper, “Protecting Rights by Violating Them: The Diffusion of Human Rights Norms among Law Enforcement Officers in India” has been selected as the winning submission in the 2013 Kenneth Boulding Award competition.

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