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  1. Hi all, I plan to apply to various top tier PhDs in International Relations, but my most brilliant writing sample is not related to IR, but to the organizational structure and distribution of power in small religious groups. May it be possible to submit my paper on that issue, or will it spoil my application to PhD in IR? I was even thinking about writing a paper on IR ad-hoc as the writing sample of the application... I don't know what to do... Thank you sooooooo much for your help. Sincerely
  2. Hi all, I plan to apply to various top tier PhDs in International Relations, but my most brilliant writing sample is not related to IR, but to the organizational structure and distribution of power in small religious groups. May it be possible to submit my paper on that issue, or will it spoil my application to PhD in IR? I was even thinking about writing a paper on IR ad-hoc as the writing sample of the application... I don't know what to do... Thank you sooooooo much for your help. Sincerely
  3. northstar22

    Sorry, please delete

    I posted this in the wrong forum. Mods, could you please delete this.
  4. Hi all, I'm looking for a Poli Sci PhD program that includes studying a foreign language. I'm interested in studying politics of the Middle East (not interested in Middle East Studies degree), and thus continuing my study of Arabic; I'm currently in intermediate Arabic. Of course there are options like studying on my own time, but I would prefer a curriculum that includes language study. Do any programs exist that encourage students to become fluent within their curriculum, as opposed to simply taking two years of language study (like many of the UCs in California) to clear language requirements? Best, Atua
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