The John Quincy Adams Society and the National Interest are pleased to announce their 2019 essay contest for college students. The winner will be published in the National Interest, will receive $1,000, and will have a seat at the society’s 2019 student leadership conference in Washington, D.C. Several runners up and honorable mentions will also be recognized.
2019 Prompt: “Are the United States and China on a path to conflict?”
Essays are due by the end of the day on Sunday, 24 March 2019, and must be between 900 and 1,200 words in length. Full details, rules, and submission instructions are available online at jqas.org/2019-essay-contest-u-s-china-conflict/.
The John Quincy Adams Society is a national network of students and professionals focused on the intellectual and career advancement of a new generation of leaders working for a more careful, realistic, and peaceful foreign policy. The National Interest, established in 1985, is one of America’s leading foreign policy magazines.
Any inquiries regarding this contest may be directed to John Allen Gay, executive director, the John Quincy Adams Society, (703) 986-3621.