Past Recipients

Year Recipient Title
2018 Aytac Kadioglu Great Effort, Little Help? The Influence of Peace Groups towards Ending the Northern Irish and Turkey’s Kurdish Conflicts
2017 Gerasimos Tsourapas Labor Migrants as Political Leverage? Population Mobility and Coercion in the Arab World
2015 Robert Braun Religious Minorities and Resistance to Genocide: The Collective Rescue of Jews in the Netherlands during the Holocaust
2014 Olivier Henripin Where is China? Comparing the PRC's Indivisibility Rhetoric toward Tibet, Taiwan, and Mongolia
2013 Anna Batta Ethnic Politics in New States: The Treatment of Russian and Serbian Minorities after Secession
2012 Eren Ozalay-Sanli Pandering Politicians and Susceptible Minds
2011 Cetta S. Mainwaring Transforming Interests on the EU's Southern Periphery: Malta and Migration Policy
2010 Mike Lebson Ethno-Nationalism and Violent Projects of Return: The Effect of Homeland Attachment on Refugees’ Engagement in Conflict
2009 Matthew Lieber TBD
2007 Tristan James Mabry TBD
2006 Jonathan Acuff (1st) Idean Salehyan (2nd) TBD
2005 Alana Erin Tiemessen TBD
2004 Kamal Sadiq TBD

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