Yuan Yi Zhu wins ISA award

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    Yuan Yi Zhu has won the 'Barbara W. Tuchman Prize for Best Paper in Historical IR by a Graduate Student'.

His paper, titled, 'Suzerainty, Semi-Sovereignty, and International Legal Hierarchies on China's Borderlands', explored China's authority over Tibet and Mongolia.

The award reconises "an outstanding paper presented at the previous ISA Annual Convention by a graduate student".

Mr Zhu will be presented with the award at the 2020 ISA Annual Convention, which takes place 25-28 March in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Mr Yuan Yi Zhu is a DPhil student at DPIR