BEST ARTICLE IN THE EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
The prize recognizes and supports the crucial role of theory and theoretical pluralism in and for International Relations in Europe. It is awarded to theoretically innovative articles that elaborate a novel idea, make a significant contribution to existing debates, provide a rigorous analysis and impetus for new research.
- all articles published online in EJIR in the previous calendar year
- the prize will be announced on the EJIR website
- a presentation of the award at the annual EISA conference
- an invitation to the Section Chairs' Dinner at the EISA conference
- free conference registration
- a year's free membership in EISA
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Joanne Yao: “Conquest from barbarism’: The Danube Commission, international order and the control of nature as a Standard of Civilization”
Ted Hopf: “Change in international practices”
Jason Ralph and Jess Gifkins: “The purpose of United Nations Security Council practice: Contesting competence claims in the normative context created by the Responsibility to Protect”
Lisel Hintz: ‘”Take It Outside´ National Identity Contestation in the Foreign Policy Arena”
Rebecca Adler-Nissen and Vincent Pouliot: “Power in Practice: Negotiating the international intervention in Libya”
Martin Shaw: “From Comparative to International Genocide Studies: The International Production of Genocide in 20th Century Europe”