What We Do
The International Affairs Review (IAR) is now celebrating its 21st year in print and 6th year on the web. IAR provides a unique forum for the policy perspectives of tomorrow's leaders on critical issues facing the world today.
There are two essential components to IAR. The first is the website. Updated weekly, it taps the wealth of knowledge available from graduate students at George Washington University to provide timely, analytical commentary on current political debates in the field of international affairs. It also contains discussions with practitioners, academics, and current and former policymakers.
You can receive a copy of our weekly publications each Monday morning by clicking on the top link in the right-hand column.
The second component of IAR is the journal. Published biannually, it provides compelling policy analyzes from graduate student communities at the world's top international affairs schools. IAR content also includes book reviews, interviews with policy-makers, and a spotlight on George Washington University faculty.
Who We Are
IAR is a graduate student-run publication of The George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs in Washington, D.C. While the staff -- editors and web writers -- are all students at the Elliott School, we do allow, and encourage, submissions from graduate students across the United States and around the world.
Where to Find Us
IAR is currently available in bookstores in the Washington, D.C. metro area, as well as in select university libraries around the country. Our most recent volumes have been published on the web and are accessible for free.
If you would like printed copies of the International Affairs Review journal, please send an email to the editor-in-chief, email@example.com, with your name, address, and a form of contact. Individual copies of the IAR journal are $5 plus shipping and handling. Annual subscriptions*, at the rate of $50 for patrons, $35 for institutions and $15 for individuals, can be purchased by sending a check or money order in the appropriate amount to the address provided below:
The Elliott School of International Affairs
1957 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052
* Please add $6 for international shipping and handling.