Current Call for Papers
Call For Papers To Be Announced in 2024
The Journal of International Relations, Peace and Development Studies is a publication by Arcadia University and the American Graduate School in Paris. The journal publishes peer-reviewed, internationally focused academic research that is objective, critical and innovative in its analysis of issues in international relations, development, peace, political economy, society, culture, diplomacy and interdisciplinary methods.
Please submit documents in accordance with the most recent edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. Submissions that do not follow the Chicago Manual of Style risk immediate rejection. In addition, all reproduction of images, graphs, etc. that are not the property of the author must be cleared by the copyright holder before submission.
All article submissions should be between 5,000 to 10,000 words, excluding notes and works cited.
Please email manuscript submissions to Matthew Rochat, Guest Editor, Department of Political Science at the University of California Santa Barbara (firstname.lastname@example.org); and Patrick Clarzier, Journal Editor, American Graduate School in Paris (email@example.com) with the subject heading: “JIRPSD – Special Issue Submission.” The guest editor is responsible for ensuring the quality and collective coherence of the manuscripts in the special issue, and the authors' adherence to the journal's submission guidelines. All articles selected from the pool of articles by the guest editor will be submitted for peer review. If your article is selected for this special issue, you will be notified by the editor. Excellent manuscripts may not be included due to issues of fit, scope, and space. If your paper is not selected for the special issue, it may still be considered for publication in the Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies, and Development