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January 23, 2013

Yale Journal of International Affairs - Call for Submissions - Closes March 1, 2013


The Yale Journal of International Affairs (YJIA) is a biannual print journal that seeks to bridge the gap between the academic and policy worlds. YJIA publishes articles, interviews, and op-eds by scholars, think tanks, policy practitioners, and advanced graduate students on topics of international affairs with implications for policy. We look for original argumentation and insightful criticism.

Recent contributors to the Yale Journal of International Affairs include: Francis Gavin, Robert Jervis, John M. Owen IV, Marc Trachtenberg, Stephen M. Walt, Alexander Evans, Oona Hathaway, John Lewis Gaddis, Paul Solman, Nicoli Nattrass, Jolyon Howorth, Richard Goldstone, Janet Napolitano, and Stanley McChrystal, among others. To view YJIA’s archives, visit us online at yalejournal.org.

The Yale Journal of International Affairs accepts three types of submissions:
1) Articles (3,000 to 5,000 words) - Please include a 100-word abstract.
2) Op-Eds (800 words or less)
3) Book Reviews (2,000 words or less)

· All citations should take the form of endnotes.
· All submissions must conform to the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition.
· All submissions must include a short bio, which should not exceed three sentences in length.

Please send submissions by email to YJIA Editor-in-Chief Mark Redmond at mark[dot]redmond[at]yale[dot]edu no later than March 1, 2013.

* Failure to follow these guidelines may result in your piece not being considered. Authors will be notified of the status of their submissions no later than five weeks after the submissions period has closed. Release of Volume VIII, Issue II is expected in early summer 2013. The views expressed in this journal do not necessarily represent those of the Journal’s editorial board, board of advisors, or any other entity at Yale University.

Posted by zzhu at January 23, 2013 12:20 AM