- Gabriella Gricius (Colorado State University): Conceptualizing the Arctic as a Zone of Conflict
- Mattia Dello Spedale Venti (University of Naples L'Orientale): Reshaping North-East Asia Regional Security Complex Dynamics under Abe: Does the Free and Open Indo-Pacific Blossom in France?
- Edoardo Pieroni (Ca' Foscari University of Venice): Past-Oriented Foreign Policy: Japanese State Identity and South Korea Discourse 2009-2012
The 15th-anniversary award for the best paper by a PhD candidate, a postgraduate (Master’s) student or a recent graduate has been allocated to Gabriella Gricius (PhD candidate at the Colorado State University). The decision has been made by the CEJISS Editorial Team and the Steering Committee.
The awarded paper will be published in the December 2021 issue of CEJISS as a standard research article.
In 2021, CEJISS celebrates the 15th year of its existence. To mark this anniversary, the journal initiated a call for submissions – the 15th-anniversary award for the best paper by a PhD candidate, a postgraduate (Master’s) student or a recent graduate. Current postgraduate (MA or PhD) students or those who finished their MA or PhD studies in 2020 or 2021 are eligible to submit any previously unpublished paper in the field of International Relations or International Security. The submissions may be based on conference papers or PhD/MA dissertations.