Professor Zachary Zwald Wins Bernard Brodie Prize
NTT Instructional Assistant Professor Zachary Zwald has won the Bernard Brodie Prize for his co-authored article “Why Language Matters: Shaping Public Risk Tolerance During Deterrence Crises,” published in the journal Contemporary Security Policy. The prize is given annually to the most outstanding article published by this journal. Professor Zwald’s article argues that the public’s tolerance for risk during a conflict is not stable over time but depends on how the risks are framed by elites. The article can be found here.