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Thesis Award: Liam Karr
Congratulations to Undergraduate Certificate Program Fellow Liam Karr, recipient of the Guillermo O'Donnell Prize in Comparative Politics for his thesis, "Come Together: The Effects of Exclusion and its Sources on Islamist Parties' Acceptance of Pluralism," advised by Michael Hoffman.Read more...
Thesis Award: Spencer Bindel
Congratulations to Undergraduate Certificate Program Fellow Spencer Bindel, recipient of the Gary F. Barnabo Writing Award and the Stephen Kertesz Prize in International Relations for his thesis, "Ethnic Lobbies and Foreign Policy: A Comparative Study of Ethnic Interest Group Influence," advised by Eugene Gholz.Read more...
Rosato Named Executive Editor of International Security
Notre Dame International Security Center Principal Sebastian Rosato is on service leave from June 2021 to January 2022 while serving as Executive Editor (pro tem) of International Security. Based at Harvard University's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, IS is the leading scholarly journal of international security and one of the top journals in international relations more generally. Congratulations to Sebastian and thanks too for his taking on this important position in our field.