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Thanks for the great response to the ISSS-ISAC conference We're still getting proposals, so we are extending the deadline one week. The new deadline is Wednesday, July 8. Please make sure you get your submissions in by then. We're looking forward to a great conference


It's that time again! elections to the Governing Council of the International Security Studies Section (ISSS) of the International Studies Association are open.

You can review the bios of our nominees and then cast your vote. To cast your vote, you'll need your voting ID number. Please refer to the ballot form for your voting ID number.  (This is how we keep the election anonymous and still verify that you're a member, so please be sure to include this in your vote!)

The election closes January 5th, so be sure to get your vote in before then. If you have any questions about the election or this process, please contact James Lebovic.

We look forward to seeing you in Austin in two weeks for the ISAC-ISSS Conference! It is now time to get your paper(s) to the discussant and chair so that they can prepare their comments for the panel sessions. Please email your paper to your co-panelists at least one week before the panel. Click here for more details about the conference onsite arrangements. 
Nominations are invited for elections to the Governing Council of the International Security Studies Section (ISSS) of the International Studies Assoc...
One last reminder to preregister for the ISAC-ISSS 2014 conference in Austin and remain on the program. We hope to see you at the conference!
The ISAC-ISSS Annual Conference on Security Studies will be held in Austin, Texas USA on November 14th - 16th, 2014. Please visit ISAC-ISSS's Program and Events page for additional details. We look forward to seeing everyone in Austin!
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