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Entries for October 2016

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Compliance in International Relations Special Issue Ungated in International Interactions

There is currently free access to one of International Interactions’ special issues, Compliance in International Relations, guest edited by Carmela Lutmar, Cristiane L. Carneiro & Sara McLaughlin Mitchell! Read these articles for free at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03050629.2016.1187144. You can also check the homepage for more open access articles.

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Call for Auditions: ISA's Got Talent: Sing Your Paper Away!

Still energized by last year’s Star Wars panel? Then be prepared for another inspiring innovative panel at ISA 2017! In ISA's Got Talent: Sing Your Paper Away! 

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ISA Baltimore 2017 - Hotel Update

Reserve your rooms for Baltimore soon! The Hilton Baltimore and Baltimore Marriott are almost sold out, and we expect the Holiday Inn Inner Harbor and Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace to fill quickly. Reserve your group rate hotel room now, before the hotels are sold out - we look forward to seeing you in Baltimore!

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ISA-West 2016 Paper Awards

ISA West is now accepting paper submissions from our 2016 conference for Undergraduate, Graduate and Faculty Paper Awards. Please submit your ISA paper to the Awards Committee Chair, Dr. Amy Skonieczny at askonie@sfsu.edu. Please indicate in the subject line Faculty, Graduate or Undergraduate submission. If your graduate paper was co-authored with a faculty member, it must be submitted to the faculty category.

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