Karl Popper Prize for National and Global Affairs
Clocks and Clouds awards the Karl Popper Prize for National and Global Affairs, an award of $100, to the best paper published in the journal by an American University undergraduate student in the School of International Service or School of Public Affairs.
Papers will be judged by a faculty committee organized by our two faculty advisors, Dr. Kimberly Cowell-Meyers and Dr. Robert Adcock.
If you have any questions or seek additional information, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Additionally, below you will find articles written by some of our past winners.
Previous Winners Include:
2020: Noah Genovese-Mester for “Preventing Civil War Recurrence Through Authoritarian Consolidation”
2019: Morgan Harris for “An Examination of the European Union’s Use of Lawfare Since 2001”