Call for Publications for Journal of Turkey in 21st Century
Location: Ankara, Turkey
Date Submitted: 2012-04-16
Turkey in 21st Century is seeking highly academic, original research contributions for its first issue to be published in June 2012. The journal, 21st Century is a peer reviewed international journal devoted for publishing of high quality refereed papers in International Relations and related areas. It is published by Institute of Turkey in 21st Century, a leading think tank in Ankara, Turkey
The papers are selected only through sheer peer review process to ensure quality, originality, academic relevance and innovation. . Authors are encouraged to concentrate mainly on Turkish Foreign Policy, regional and international trends, social, political, economic developments in Turkey, Turkeys neighbors, Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus. However, the relevant original contributions in related themes also will be welcomed.
Those who are interested in the project may send a 400-word abstract (including the title, scope, sources, and main findings of the article) and a short biography (affiliation, research areas, previous work, contact info) to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org before 15th February 2012 to where it would be neatly typed in MS Word with Times New Roman, 12 font size. Articles should be in English, between 2000 and 2500 words in length. Non-electronic, non original and already published materials will not be entertained. Selected abstracts would be asked for writing complete and the paper must be submitted before 16th April 2012. However, the selection would not require the publication of final paper without meeting the expected quality. Acceptance of submission will be announced by 15th May 2012.
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