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The 2012 Foreign Affairs Essay Contest is now closed. Thank you for all who submitted their essays. We will be announcing the winner in the Fall.
Foreign Affairs has selected the winner of the inaugural Foreign Affairs Student Essay Contest. Congratulations to Zachary Keck at the State University of New York in New Paltz.
In May, Yale University Press released Grand Strategies: Literature, Statecraft, and World Order by Charles Hill. Hill, Brady-Johnson Distinguished Fellow in Grand Strategy and Senior Lecturer in Humanities at Yale University, connects the reading of classic literary works to the study and practice of statecraft.
This month Palgrave Mcmillan will release The European Union as a Small Power: After the Post-Cold War by Asle Toje. This book is one of many recently published pieces searching for a definition of international affairs outside of the Cold War narrative.
Charles Kupchan is Professor of International Affairs in the School of Foreign Service and Government Department at Georgetown University. He is also Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Paradise Beneath Her Feet: Women and Reform in the Middle East by Isobel Coleman
Dr. Thayer is a professor in the political science department at Baylor University in Texas. He recommends that students study the life sciences to complement their political-science courses.
Dr.Sheri Berman, an associate professor and Chair of the political science department at Barnard College, discusses some of her teaching methodology, including how to encourage the next generation of students to keep up with current events.
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