Jervis-Schroeder Award Winners

Winners – The Robert L. Jervis and Paul W. Schroeder Best Book Award

2021 Co-Winners
Kyle Lascurettes, Orders of Exclusion: Great Powers and the Strategic Sources of Foundational Rules in International Relations (Oxford University Press, 2020)

Don Levin, Meddling at the Ballot Box: The Causes and Effects of Partisan Electoral Interventions (Oxford University Press, 2020)

Honorable Mention
Lora Anne Viola, The Closure of the International System (Cambridge University Press, 2020)

2020 Co-Winners
Ahmet Kuru, Islam, Authoritarianism, and Underdevelopment: A Global and Historical Comparison (Cambridge University Press, 2019)

Jelena Subotić, Yellow Star, Red Star: Holocaust Remembrance After Communism (Cornell University Press, 2019)

Arjun Chowdhury, The Myth of International Order: Why Weak States Persist and Alternatives to the State Fade Away (Oxford University Press, 2018)

Catherine Lu, Justice and Reconciliation in World Politics  (Cambridge University Press, 2017)

Catherine Lu, the most recent recipient of the Jervis-Schroeder Award

Rosella Cappella Zielinski, How States Pay for Wars (Cornell University Press, 2016)
Honorable mention: Debra Thompson, The Schematic State: Race, Transnationalism, and the Politics of the Census (Cambridge University Press, 2016)

2016 (joint winners)
Andrew Phillips and Jason Sharman, International Order in Diversity: War, Trade and Rule in the Indian Ocean (Cambridge University Press, 2015)
Ronald Krebs, Narrative and the Making of U.S. National Security (Cambridge University Press, 2015)

Eric Grynaviski, Constructive Illusions: Rethinking the Origins of International Cooperation (Cornell University Press, 2014)

Adria K. Lawrence, Imperial Rule and the Politics of Nationalism: Anti-Colonial Protest in the French Empire (Cambridge University Press, 2013).
Honorable mention: Jennifer Mitzen, Power in Concert: The Nineteenth- Century Origins of Global Governance (University of Chicago Press, 2013).

Ted Hopf, Reconstructing the Cold War:  The Early Years, 1945-1958 (Oxford University Press, 2012)
Honorable mention: Kristen Renwick Monroe, Ethics in an Age of Terror and Genocide:  Identity and Moral Choice (Princeton University Press, 2012)

Elizabeth N. Saunders, Leaders at War:  How Presidents Shape Military Interventions (Cornell University Press, 2011)

James Mahoney, Colonialism and Postcolonial Development: Spanish America in Comparative Perspective (Cambridge University Press, 2010)

Patrick J. McDonald, The Invisible Hand of Peace: Capitalism, The War Machine, and International Relations Theory (Cambridge University Press, 2009).

Richard Ned Lebow, A Cultural Theory of International Relations (Cambridge University Press, 2008)
Honorable mention: George Gavrilis, The Dynamics of Interstate Boundaries (Cambridge University Press, 2008)

2008 (joint winners)
Etel Solingen, Nuclear Logics: Contrasting Paths in East Asia and The Middle East (Princeton University Press, 2007)
Daniel Deudney, Bounding Power: Republican Security Theory from the Polis to the Global Village (Princeton University Press, 2007)

Saskia Sassen, Territory, Authority, Rights: From Medieval to Global Assemblages (Princeton University Press,2006)

Victoria Tin-bor Hui, War and State Formation in Ancient China and Early Modern Europe (Cambridge University Press, 2005)
Honorable mention: Daryl G. Press, Calculating Credibility: How Leaders Evaluate Military Threats (Cornell University Press, 2005)

Jeffrey W. Taliaferro, Risks: Great Power Intervention in the Periphery (Cornell University Press, 2004)

Richard Samuel, Machiavelli’s Children: Leaders and Their Legacies in Italy and Japan (Cornell University Press, 2003)

2003 (joint winners)
Neta Crawford, Argument and Change in World Politics: Ethics, Decolonization, and Humanitarian Intervention (Cambridge University Press, 2002)
Dorothy Jones, Toward a Just World: The Critical Years in the Search for International Justice (University of Chicago Press, 2002)

John Ikenberry, After Victory: Institutions, Strategic Restraint, and the Rebuilding of Order after Major Wars (Princeton University Press, 2001)

Matthew Evangelista, Unarmed Forces: The Transnational Movement to End the Cold War (Cornell University Press, 1999)