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Entries for March 2015

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Call for Nominations - ISA Best Book Award

ISA invites nominations for the annual Best Book Award. The award will be presented next March in Atlanta for the best book in the field of international studies with a 2014 copyright. Nominations are due by April 1, 2015.

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Winners of ISA Sponsored Awards Announced

Each year ISA presents a number of awards at the Annual Convention. In addition to these, our sub-groups (regions, sections, caucuses) also present their own awards at their business meetings or conferences during the year. We are pleased to announce the winners of the ISA-sponsored awards.

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Outgoing ISA President Shares Thoughts on Annual Convention & Global IR

Outgoing ISA President Amitav Acharya shares his thoughts on the 2015 ISA Annual Convention in New Orleans and reflects on the convention theme of Global IR and Regional Worlds.

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Peace Studies Distinguished Scholar Award Call

The Peace Studies Section of the ISA invites nominations for up to three senior scholars for our Distinguished Scholar Award. Nominations are due by May 30, 2014.

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ISA-West Announces Paper Award Winners

The ISA West is pleased to announce the following winners of the 2014 paper awards.

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ISR Call for Editors

The Publications Committee of the International Studies Association, faced with some exceptional and unforeseen circumstances, is calling for proposals to edit International Studies Review (ISR) either for a 2.5 year term (to complete the term of the current team) or to edit the journal for a normal five-year term. Proposals should be received by May 1, 2015.

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