The Cornell International Affairs Review is now seeking manuscript submissions for their Fall 2023 issue. They are a student-run, peer-reviewed, and biannually published academic journal at Cornell University dedicated to publishing undergraduate, postgraduate, and expert scholarship on contemporary international affairs.
The Review seeks to curate papers that present original research and demonstrate novel arguments or interpretive approaches. Papers should preferably address events and trends that are not well-established in current scholarship, yet have immediate global relevance and engage a broader and more diverse audience beyond the traditional academic sphere. They welcome submissions from any relevant field of study and particularly encourage papers that seek to address historically underrepresented demographics, as well as lesser-studied regions, trends, and events. They also heavily encourage the submission of papers that utilize non-English language secondary scholarship or primary source research.
Please read their submission requirements on their website before submitting. Manuscripts must, among other things, be original research papers between 8,000 to 15,000 words in length and written in English, and pertain to an aspect of contemporary international affairs and international relations without substantially addressing current events. The final submission deadline is September 22nd, 2023. Note that papers that do not comply with the requirements will be summarily rejected.