Call for Papers - Cambridge Review of International Affairs
Call for Papers Deadline:
The Cambridge Review of International Affairs, a scholarly publication of the Centre of International Studies, is soliciting articles and essays for Issue 15.3 to be published by Carfax/Taylor and Francis in October 2002. Through cutting-edge academic research, policy analysis and commentary CRIA offers fresh perspectives to current debates. CRIA provides both established and emerging academics and practitioners in the field of International Relations and other relevant disciplines a unique opportunity to have their work read by an influential audience. Academics, Masters and Doctoral candidates in the humanities and social sciences are encouraged to submit articles for the following sections:
Theoretical Section: Globalisation
Some guidelines include:
Examining globalisation from economic, political, cultural and technological perspectives.
Defining globalism - does globalism mean capitalism? Discuss.
What are the short and long term effects of sustained globalisation?
What are the roles of the government, international and transnational organisations and civil society?
Do existing theories sufficiently address recent developments or do they need to be adjusted/modified? If yes, why and how?
Does globalisation allow room for dialogue amongst cultures?
Regional Section: Crisis in Argentina: political, economic and socio-cultural considerations.
Possible thematic guidelines include:
To what extent is the crisis economic, political, cultural, or a blend of these factors?
What are the leading and limiting factors in formulating a solution? What options are available to resolve the crisis? Are current initiatives likely to sustain improvement over the long run?
What are the roles of third parties (governments, banking/finance groups, international organisations)
Essays: Continuing Dialog on the post-September 11th International Arena
Theoretical or practical essays are welcome on original and forward-looking analysis regarding the following:
Legal challenges of global terrorism, future international political conflicts or hot spots triggered by September 11
The humanitarian impact of military action against terrorists and the effect of extending the scope of the 'War against Terrorism'
We strongly encourage essays that discuss perspectives from other countries and cultures besides the United States.
Submission Deadline and Details
All manuscripts of no more than 7000 words for articles and 5000 words for essays including footnotes should be sent to our office by 10 May 2002. Please send one paper copy and one disk (PC format) version. You may email your submission to meet the deadline provided that the paper and disk copies are sent by post as well. Final decisions regarding suitability for publication will be made by the end of June 2002. Send Submissions, Comments and Enquiries to: Meghan E. Nealis, Editor-in-Chief, firstname.lastname@example.org , or Marion Guiral de Trenqualye, Managing Editor, email@example.com Please visit our website at www.cria.org.uk for further information and style guides.
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