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The Center for International Relations (CIR) welcomes submissions for its online journal as well as its associated biannual publication, International Affairs Forum (published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group).

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We accept unsolicited essays, editorials and scholarly papers for publication. If you would like to have an essay, editorial or scholarly paper considered for publication on our on-line journal, the International Affairs Forum (IA-Forum) at www.ia-forum.org, please review guidelines provided here.

Submit pieces and address questions to EDITOR@IA-Forum.org

We encourage submissions from college students and young professionals.

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Call for Papers!  Fall Issue

We are now accepting submissions for our Spring issue of International Affairs Forum (Taylor and Francis).  Any International Affairs or Economics topic welcome.

REGULAR DEADLINE: October 15, 2014

If you would like to have manuscript (2,000-5,000' words) considered for publication, please review guidelines provided here.

The Winner(s) of our Student Writing Competition is eligible for being published in the issue.

Submit pieces and address questions to EDITOR@IA-Forum.org

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