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Entries for June 2013

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Bruges Onsite Information

Greetings Bruges participants! We’re looking forward to our conference next week. For the conference schedule and additional details, check out Program and Events.

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Budapest Onsite Information

Greetings Budapest participants! We’re looking forward to our conference in two weeks. For the conference schedule, check-in information and additional details, check out At the Conference.

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CFP: Brazilian Journal of International Politics

The Brazilian Journal of International Politics invites paper submissions for a special issue on the theme China Rising: Strategies and Tactics of China's growing presence in the world. This special issue aims to evaluate the state of the Chinese presence in the international system and its relationships with major powers, with regions and with regional powers. Submissions are due by November 20, 2013.

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ISA NE Submissions Open!

ISA Northeast submissions are open for the 2013 conference in Providence. We're now  accepting paper and panel proposals. This year's conference theme is Rethinking International Relations as International Hierarchies. We hope to see you there!

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Call for Nominations: The Karl Deutsch Award

The Karl Deutsch Award Committee encourages ISA members to submit nominations for the Award, which recognizes scholars under the age of 40 or within 10 years of defending their dissertation.  The Award is presented to a scholar who is judged to have made (through a body of publications) the most significant contribution to the study of international relations and peace research. The deadline for nominations is August 1st.

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