Hedley Bull Prize in International Relations

The Hedley Bull Prize is awarded for a book, which makes a substantial and original contribution to theory and/or empirical studies in any field of International Relations. The prize comprises an award of €2,000 and will be awarded on an annual basis.

Hedley Bull’s seminal contribution to the field of International Relations is widely acknowledged by scholars around the world. His book The Anarchical Society (Columbia University Press, 1977) became a key textbook in the field of International Relations and is read by IR scholars and students around the world.

Nominations for the 2017 Hedley Bull Prize are now open.

 

Prize Winners
 

"Aristocracies … may preserve themselves longest, but only democracies, which refresh their ruling class, can expand" - Hugh Trevor-Roper


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