Bernard Brodie Prize
Contemporary Security Policy
About the prize
Contemporary Security Policy awards the Bernard Brodie Prize annually to the author of an outstanding article published in the journal the previous year.
The award is named for Dr. Bernard Brodie (1918-1978), author of The Absolute Weapon (1946), Strategy in the Missile Age (1958) and War and Strategy (1973), establishing ideas that remain at the centre of security debates to this day. One of the first analysts to cross between official and academic environments, he pioneered the model of civilian influence that CSP represents. Contemporary Security Policy is honoured to acknowledge the permission of Brodie’s son, Dr. Bruce R. Brodie, to use his father’s name.
The Editor-in-Chief of CSP, Dr. Hylke Dijkstra, has selected a shortlist of the best articles of 2020. A jury composed of members of the CSP Editorial Board will select the winner.
|2020 - Winner||Jo Jakobsen & Tor G. Jakobsen||Tripwires and free-riders: Do forward-deployed U.S. troops reduce the willingness of host-country citizens to fight for their country?||40||2|
|2020 - Nominee||Thorsten Gromes||Does peacekeeping only work in easy environments? An analysis of conflict characteristics, mission profiles, and civil war recurrence||40||4|
|2020 - Nominee||Matthijs M. Maas||How viable is international arms control for military artificial intelligence? Three lessons from nuclear weapons||40||3|
|2020 - Nominee||Kathleen J. McInnis||Varieties of defection strategies from multinational military coalitions: Insights from operation Iraqi freedom||40||1|
|2020 - Nominee||Nick Ritchie||A Hegemonic Nuclear Order: Understanding the Ban Treaty and the Power Politics of Nuclear Weapons||40||4|