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We’re pleased to announce the three finalists for the third annual Foreign Affairs Student Essay Contest, which is sponsored by APSIA. Hundreds of students answered the question “How much did U.S. foreign policy change after the last election, and how much will it change after this one?” 
Read our top three picks — listed below in alphabetical order — and vote on Facebook for your favorite. The winning essay will be published on ForeignAffairs.com.
“Emerging Equality: Gay Rights as a Priority of U.S. Foreign Policy.” by Jesús Pérez (Hunter College, City University of New York)
“Beyond Bush: How Obama’s Foreign Policy Signals Continuity in a Changing Middle East,” by Joseph Singh (Dartmouth College)
“American Foreign Policy Through Past and Future Elections: Adjusting the Sails,” by William Wright (United States Military Academy)
Voting will be open until October 1.

foreignaffairsmagazine:

We’re pleased to announce the three finalists for the third annual Foreign Affairs Student Essay Contest, which is sponsored by APSIA. Hundreds of students answered the question “How much did U.S. foreign policy change after the last election, and how much will it change after this one?” 

Read our top three picks — listed below in alphabetical order — and vote on Facebook for your favorite. The winning essay will be published on ForeignAffairs.com.

  • “Emerging Equality: Gay Rights as a Priority of U.S. Foreign Policy.” by Jesús Pérez (Hunter College, City University of New York)
  • “Beyond Bush: How Obama’s Foreign Policy Signals Continuity in a Changing Middle East,” by Joseph Singh (Dartmouth College)
  • “American Foreign Policy Through Past and Future Elections: Adjusting the Sails,” by William Wright (United States Military Academy)

Voting will be open until October 1.

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