Submissions

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 750 words in length; 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.
  • Contain adequate sourcing in the form of online hyperlinks, which we will vet. Check out recent submissions to get a good idea of the citation standard we adhere to.

Please email all submissions for the website to iarsubmissions@gwu.edu. 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 Print Journal

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 750 words in length; 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.
  • Contain adequate sourcing in the form of online hyperlinks, which we will vet. Check out recent submissions to get a good idea of the citation standard we adhere to.

Please email all submissions for the website to iarsubmissions@gwu.edu. 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.