Foreign policy think tank seeks submissions for working papers series. We proceed with a broad definition of foreign policyŚcontributions need not, but may, offer suggestions for national policy, and pieces are equally welcome which advance understanding of the institutional, political, social or ideological development in countries of current U.S. foreign policy interest. Papers need not represent finished pieces of research, but should offer new
analytic or research findings.
The Nathan Hale Foreign Policy Society was formed by a handful of young academics at Oxford, Yale, and Harvard as a focal point for new research by a younger generation of foreign policy scholars, and to create spaces in the United States and abroad for nonpartisan, friendly, and serious public discussion of foreign policy issues. Our national program organizes roundtable discussions, panel events, and essay contests in eleven cities
(including Montreal, Puerto Rico, and Oxford/London) and includes as members foreign policy professionals, scholars, and other interested members of the public.
For further information about our working paper series, or to discuss a possible topic for inclusion in the series, please contact our director of studies, Robert Kokta, at the e-mail address given below.
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