American Review Essay Competition
Have your essay published and win an iPad!
What foreign policy issue should the winner of the 2012 US presidential election focus on during his term and why?
Tell us in 1,200–1,500 words what you think, and if our expert panel considers your response the best, we will publish your essay in the next issue of American Review and you’ll also win an iPad. Runner up prizes include iTunes gift cards and subscriptions to American Review.
Brought to you by the United States Studies Centre’s uselectionwatch12.com and American Review, this competition is exclusively open to undergraduate students studying in Australia.
Congratulations to second-year Arts student at the University of Sydney Felix Donovan who won an iPad and had his essay published in the November issue of American Review. Felix wrote about the necessity for the post-November US president to embrace multipolarity.
The runners up were Dougal Robinson who receives a $100 iTunes voucher and Rachel Stone who receives a $50 iTunes voucher.
Entries closed at 5pm AEST 24 September 2012. Thanks to everyone who entered.
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