Announcing the Winners of the Inaugural Andrew W. Marshall Paper Prizes
On Future Reconfigurations in Asia 2045 and New Revolutions in Military Affairs
Congratulations to our Semi-Finalists, Finalists, and Grand Prize Winners Owen J. Daniels and Treston Wheat!
The inaugural Andrew W. Marshall Paper Prizes began in February 2021 with a call for submissions on Future Reconfigurations in Asia 2045 and New Revolutions in Military Affairs. These two competitions offered three rounds of awards for intellectually bold work that explored strategic questions facing the United States.
We received over 100 submissions of 500-word abstracts in the first round. Distinguished panels of practitioners and scholars evaluated these abstracts in a double blind review, awarding eleven authors or teams of authors in each competition $500 prizes and the opportunity to submit papers, competing in Round Two as Semi-Finalists. Out of those who chose to compete, we awarded five authors $2,500 prizes and the opportunity to refine their papers, competing in a final round as Finalists. In June 2022, one Grand Prize Winner in each competition was awarded $10,000. Grand prize-winning papers will be presented and published in Fall 2022.
Learn About the Winners: Future Reconfigurations in Asia 2045
Learn About the Winners: New Revolutions in Military Affairs