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Entries for April 2016

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Call for Nominations - PEACE Distinguished Scholar Award

The Peace Studies Section of the ISA invites nominations for our Distinguished Scholar Award. Nominees should have a substantial record of research, practice and/or publishing in the field of peace and conflict studies and, ideally, a record of service to the ISA.

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ISA 2016: Thoughts from Outgoing President Paul F. Diehl

ISA 2016 in Atlanta is now in the rear view mirror, and it is time for a little reflection. ISA is made of 29 sections, 4 caucuses, and 6 regional org...

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ISA Welcomes New "South Asia in World Politics" Section

It was an exciting Governing Council meeting this year in Atlanta at our Annual Convention. One important piece of business involved the approval of a new section: South Asia in World Politics (SAWP).

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ISA 2017 Specialty Programs

In addition to its normal program activities, ISA has a number of special events on our program that add variety and new opportunities for our participants.

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Call for Nominations - Theory Section Distinguished Scholar Award

The ISA Theory Section would like to solicit nominations for the Theory Section Distinguished Scholar Award, which is given annually to recognize a scholar's lifetime contribution to international theory.  

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Call for Nominations - New ISSS Best Security Article Award

The ISSS is inaugurating its annual Best Security Article Award.  The award is meant to recognize an article by an ISA member on any aspect of security studies that excels in originality, significance, and rigor, published in the prior calendar year (this year, that would be 2015). 

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