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Merze Tate / Helen Dwight Reid Award Recipients

Year

Author

Dissertation

Submitted by

2018

Christoph Mikulaschek

The Power of the Weak: How Informal Power-Sharing Shapes the Work of the United Nations Security Council

Princeton University

2017

Rochelle Terman

Backlash: Defiance, Human Rights, and the Politics of Shame

University of California, Berkeley

2016

Melissa Lee

Mind the Gap? The International Sources of Sovereignty and State Weakness

Stanford University

2015

Nicholas Miller

Hegemony and Nuclear Proliferation

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2014

Joshua David Kertzer

Resolve in International Politics

Ohio State University

2013

Aila Matanock

International Insurance:  Why Militant Groups and Governments Compete with Ballots Instead of Bullets

Stanford University

2012

Margaret E. Peters

Open Trade, Closed Borders: Immigration Policy in the Era of Globalization

Stanford University
 

2011

Daniel Levine

Critical Wrestlings: The Problem of Sustainable Critique in International Theory

Johns Hopkins University

2010

Stephen Craig Nelson

Creating Credibility: the International Monetary Fund and the Neoliberal Revolution in the Developing World

Cornell University

2009

Jessica Chen Weiss

Powerful Patriots:  Nationalism, Dipolomacy, and the Strategic Logic of Anti-Foreign Protest

University of California, San Diego

2008

Margarita Hristoforova Petrova

Leadership Competition and the Creation of Norms

Cornell University

2007

Jason M.K. Lyall

Paths of Ruin: Why Revisionist States Arise and Die in World Politics

Cornell University

2006

Alexander B. Downes

Targeting Civilians in Wartime

University of Chicago

2005

Emilie Marie Hafner-Burton

Globalizing Human Rights? How International Trade Agreements Shape Government Repression

Nuffield College, Oxford University

2004

Helen M. Kinsella

The Image Before the Weapon: A Genealogy of the 'Civilian' in International Law and Politics

University of Minnesota

2003

Stephen G. Brooks

The Globalization of Production and International Security

Yale University

2002

Tanisha Fazal

Born to Lose and Doomed to Survive: State Death and Survival in the International System

Stanford University
 

2001

Jon C. Pevehouse

Democracy from Above? Regional Organizations and Democratization

University of Wisconsin, Madison

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