“How Wars End” on the shortlist for the 2010 Arthur Ross Book Award

The Arthur Ross Book Award is given annually to the best book published on international affairs by the Council on Foreign Relations – on this year’s shortlist is PUP title How Wars End by Dan Reiter.

According to the Council on Foreign Relations, this award “is a significant award for a book on international affairs.  It was endowed by Arthur Ross in 2001 to honor nonfiction works, in English or translation, that merit special attention for bringing forth new information that changes our understanding of events or problems, developing analytical approaches that allow new and different insights into critical issues, or providing new ideas that help resolve foreign policy problems.”

Congratulations on this great achievement, Dan!

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