William Wright Wins Foreign Affairs Student Essay Contest

Foreign Affairs has selected the winner of the third annual Foreign Affairs Student Essay Contest - sponsored by APSIA - The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs. Congratulations to William Wright, a student at the United States Military Accademy.

In his essay, "American Foreign Policy Through Past and Future Elections," Wright argues that "like a former champion learning how to fight more capable opponents, the United States is becoming more judicious with its punches." He continues that "although American action abroad will manifest itself in a different way than in the past decade, I'm still willing to bet that foreign dust will find itself into my boots eventually."

Wright's essay was one of three selected by the Foreign Affairs editorial staff and published on Facebook. Foreign Affairs fans voted for the winner. The runners up were "Emerging Equality" by  Jesús Pérez of Hunter College and "Beyond Bush" by Joseph Singh of Dartmouth College. Click here to read all the essays.

The Foreign Affairs Student Essay Contest was open to all undergraduates. The magazine received submissions from all over the world. Next year’s contest guidelines will be disclosed in January 2013 on ForeignAffairs.com.

 

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The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) comprises more than 60 member and affiliate member schools around the world dedicated to the improvement of professional education in international affairs and the advancement thereby of international understanding, prosperity, peace, and security. By combining multidisciplinary, policy-oriented, intercultural studies with career development, APSIA member schools are preparing students for the global workplace of the 21st Century and have become the primary sources of education for international affairs professionals in their respective countries. www.apsia.org

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