The John Quincy Adams Society and The National Interest welcome entries to their fifth annual foreign policy essay contest for students. The top finisher will receive $2,000 and appear in TNI; two runners-up and four honorable mentions will also be awarded. Entries are due February 28; entrants may choose between several topics, including national security priorities for the new administration, U.S. military presence in the Middle East, and burden-sharing with U.S. treaty allies. Full details on the contest can be found here.