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ISSS-ISAC 2017 Meeting in D.C.

The annual ISSS-ISAC meeting took place October 13-14 at the School of International Service at American University. Nearly 320 scholars discussed their research on some of the most pressing issues of the day, including nuclear proliferation, the future of NATO, terrorism, civil wars, and military strategy. Participants also enjoyed keynote addresses from Robert Jervis and ISA President Ashley Leeds and panel discussions on bridging the gap between scholarship and policy and on scholarly publishing.

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Upcoming ISA Conferences, 2017

In addition to the ISA Annual Convention in San Francisco, ISA's groups host conferences around the U.S. and across the globe. Many of our groups just announced their conferences. Check out the list below for ISA conferences currently accepting proposals. We hope you will consider submitting proposals to be part of these exciting programs.

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ISSS-ISAC 2017 - Save the Date

This year’s annual security studies conference sponsored by the International Security Studies Section of ISA and the International Security and Arms Control Section of APSA will be held October 13-14, 2017 at American University’s School of International Service. The conference will offer discussions on a wide range of security issues including sources and consequences of conflict, military effectiveness, civil-military relations, alliances and security institutions, non-traditional security challenges, terrorism, intervention, peacebuilding and peacekeeping, and the political economy of violence, among others. We look forward to a great conference and to welcoming you to Washington, D.C.

Date: October 13-14, 2017

Organizers: International Security Studies Section of ISA and the International Security and Arms Control Section of APSA; hosted by the School of International Service at American University, Washington, D.C.

Registration and Call for Papers/Panels:
Registration and Call for Papers/Panels will open mid-May and hotel information will be provided at that time.

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ISSS BEST SECURITY ARTICLE AWARD 2018

ISA-ISSS is calling for nominations for the ISSS Best Security Article Award for 2018.

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ISSS PATRICIA WEITSMAN AWARD 2018

The Patricia Weitsman Award for Outstanding ISSS Graduate Paper recognizes the best graduate student paper on any aspect of security studies.


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ISAC-ISSS 2016 Closing Remarks

The International Security and Arms Control section (of the American Political Science Association) and the International Security Studies Section (of the International Studies Association) held their annual joint conference at Notre Dame, November 4-6, 2016. Over 170 scholars from around the world attended, including academics from Europe, Asia, South Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. A generous grant from the Notre Dame International Security Center helped support the conference. Monica Toft (Oxford University) delivered the Friday keynote address on the future of conflict. The Saturday dinner festivities featured a debate on "Should the United States adopt a grand strategy of restraint?" The debate pitted Eugene Gholz (University of Texas, Austin), who adopted the pro side, against Stephen Brooks (Dartmouth). The conference also featured a well-attended session co-sponsored with WIIS (Women in International Security). Dan Lindley, ISAC chair, served as conference chair and Danielle Mueller served as program chair. The ISSS and ISAC are looking forward to their October 2017 conference at American University (Washington, D.C.), hosted by James Goldgeier, Dean of the School of International Service.

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