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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.

GETTING PUBLISHED ON THE WEBSITE

We accept unsolicited essays, editorials and scholarly papers for publication on our on-line journal, International Affairs Forum (IA-Forum).  We encourage submissions from college students and young professionals.

To ensure your manuscript meets IA Forum requirements, please review guidelines provided here.

Send your manuscript today to EDITOR@IA-Forum.org

 

SUBMITTING TO OUR BIANNUAL PUBLICATION

Call for Papers!  

We are now accepting submissions for our Winter issue of International Affairs Forum.  Any International Affairs or Economics topic welcome.

REGULAR DEADLINE: November 21, 2015

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

Send your manuscript today to EDITOR@IA-Forum.org

What We're Looking For: 

Listed below are several essays that provide a general sense of style and substance we're looking for:

Universal Abolition of Capital Punishment is Drawing Nearer

Monetary Policy in the United States and the ECB: The Institutional Context and Recent Policy Issues

International Anti-Death Penalty Advocacy and China’s Recent Capital Punishment Reform

The Future of CFSP, CSDP, NATO, and Transatlantic Cooperation

If you have questions, contact us at EDITOR@IA-Forum.org

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