Past Recipients

Year Recipient
2019 Ketian Zhang Killing the Chicken to Scare the Monkey:Explaining Chinese Coercion in the South China Sea
2018 Tamar Mitts From Isolation to Radicalization: Anti-Muslim Hostility and Support for ISIS in the West
2017 Mark Toukan International Politics by Other Means: External Sources of Civil War
2016 Mark Bell Beyond Emboldenment: The Effects of Nuclear Weapons on State Foreign Policy
2016 Amanda Rothschild Tipping Theory: Origins of Great Britain's Suppression of the Slave Trade and Implications for Today's Collective Action Problems
2015 Evan Perkoski Why Regimes Crumble: Understanding State and Security Defections in Subnational Conflicts
2014 Jacquelyn G. Schneider Cyber and the Security Dilemma: A China-United States Case Study
2013 Austin Carson Secrecy, Denial, and Escalation Management in the Korean War
2012 Andrew Boutton U.S. Military Aid & the Geese that Lay Golden Eggs: Terrorist Groups & Interstate Rivalry
2011 Benoît Pélopidas When experts back policy makers’ historical memory and biases: The shared “nuclear proliferation paradigm
2010 Dylan Craig Ultima Ratio Regum: Remix or Redux?

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