For the Web Edition:
The International Affairs Review is currently accepting article submissions for the website. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.
To be considered for the website, articles must:
- Be written by current or recent graduate students.
- Address a current international affairs policy issue or an ongoing analytical debate about international affairs. [Note: articles on domestic policy issues, e.g. U.S. cyber infrastructure or domestic politics in Turkey, will be considered so long as they contain explicit tie-in to international affairs.]
- Articulate a clear position on the issue and conclude with the formulation of plausible policy recommendations or analytical conclusions to inform debate. Be provocative!
- Be approximately 800 words in length; MAXIMUM 1,100 words--we will work with you to consolidate if length becomes a problem. Additionally, we will consider serialized or multi-part series.
- Include a short biographical statement about the author and the author's full contact information.
- Be single-spaced and in .doc or .docx format.
- Contain adequate sourcing in the form of inline hyperlinks, which we will vet. Check out recent submissions to get a good idea of the citation standard we adhere to.
For more information about International Affairs Review Web site submission guidelines, please refer to the following documents:
IAR Editorial Process
IAR Style Guide for Writers
IAR Website Commonly Used Phrases and Words
Please email all submissions for the website to firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions must be sent in .doc/.docx format. Please label all emails appropriately.
Please note: submitted articles will become property of the International Affairs Review, which accepts no responsibility for lost or damaged materials.
For the Journal:
The International Affairs Review print journal accepts submissions on a rolling basis, but there is a set deadline each semester. If we receive your submission after the semester's deadline your paper will be considered for the following semester.
Guidelines for publication:
- Authors must be graduate students or recently graduated.
- Papers must relate to International Affairs.
- Papers must not have been previously published elsewhere. While simultaneous submission is discouraged, if an author's paper is accepted elsewhere, the author must notify IAR to remove it from consideration.
- Papers should be 4,000-6,000 words, double-spaced at 12 point font, and properly documented according to Chicago Manual of Style guidelines (with complete citation in endnotes - see website for examples).
- Preference is given to papers concerning timely global or regional issues with policy recommendations.
Submissions should be emailed to email@example.com and include:
- The paper (.doc or .docx)
- A 100-word biography of the author (preferably in .doc or .docx)
- An abstract of no more than 250 words (preferably in .doc or .docx)
Note: We are now accepting submissions for our Special Issue on US-China Relations. The deadline for submissions is 1 March 2014. For more information, see the following call for papers, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.