Our analysis primarily comprises ‘Features’, ‘Argument’, ‘Interviews’. Features are 1,500-3,000-word pieces that present a single, provocative idea. These do not undergo an external peer review, are typically written for the print issue, but are also re-printed online on the Journal’s website. Arguments are 500-1,000-word analyses of key issues in current events. These are specifically written for the website of the Journal of International Affairs and solicitations are accepted on an ad-hoc basis. Interviews are 500-1,500 word interviews with policymakers, activists, and practitioners in the field of international affairs. They balance the theoretical, empirical, and analytical work that appears elsewhere in the print issue. These are written for both the for biannual print edition and for the Journal’s website. Analysis may also occasionally cover succinct Book Reviews.
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|Feature||Standing Rock Protests and the Struggle for Tribal Sovereignty|