Call for Papers: Dynamics of Global Feminism

Columbia University’s Journal of International Affairs is pleased to announce the subject of its Spring/Summer 2019 Issue: “Dynamics of Global Feminism" Relevant topics may include but are not limited to:  Feminist international relations theory  Recent growth in feminist movements and their political power Populist...

Student Essay Contests for Fall 2018

Overview Columbia University’s Journal of International Affairs Fall/Winter 2018 issue is focused on “The Fourth Industrial Revolution,” which will examine the effect of technology on the future of work and subsequent societal and institutional changes. The Journal is seeking essay submissions from GPPN and Columbia University students to...

Interview: Don Rassler, Senior Editor (2006-2007)

Why did you get involved in the Journal? I sought out an opportunity with the Journal because I was interested in scholarship and wanted to learn more about the ins and outs of the editing and academic journal production process. I was also drawn to the Journal’s prestigious reputation, and I knew the opportunity at JIA would help me grow. ...

Interview: Daniel Doktori, Editor in Chief (2006-2007)

Why did you get involved in the Journal I knew I wanted to be involved in the Journal from day one, my application even included reference to JIA. I love writing and scholarship and the opportunity to build something; all of those things found themselves in one place at JIA so it was a natural fit.  What was your role on the Journal,...

The DEMOCRACY ISSUE is available

The Columbia Journal of International Affairs is thrilled to release its Fall/Winter 2017 issue: THE DEMOCRACY ISSUE  In this issue, we have brought together individuals from around the world to discuss the current state of democracy, such as Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, Barnard College Professor Sheri Berman, and Chief...

Call for Papers: The Fourth Industrial Revolution

“We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. We do not yet know just how it will unfold, but one thing is clear: the response to it must be integrated and comprehensive, involving all stakeholders of the global polity, from the public and private sectors to...

Announcing the 2018-2019 Editorial Board

The Journal of International Affairs is pleased to announce the new editorial board: Editor in Chief: Zachary Hanson  Managing Editor for Print and Editorial: Amir Khouzam  Managing Editor for Business and Circulation: Aliya Bhatia  Digital and Online Director: Ayesha Amin  Managing Editor for Digital and Online...

Spring 2018 Cordier/GPPN Student Essay Contests Are Now Open

The Journal of International Affairs is is seeking submissions for the Spring 2018 Cordier/GPPN Student Essay Contest for the coming issue. Selected essays will be published in the Spring 2018 issue. Submissions are welcome on the following topics, or on a topic related to the main theme...

Call for Papers: Digital Technology and the Attack on Liberal Democratic Norms

This year, the Journal of International Affairs (JIA) is pleased to announce a special issue titled “Contentious Narratives: Digital Technology and the Attack on Liberal Democratic Norms.” This issue will focus on how illiberal or authoritarian regimes use digital technology to undermine liberal democratic institutions and norms. Relevant...

Fall 2017 Cordier/GPPN Contest Submissions Are Now Open

The Journal of International Affairs is seeking submissions for the Fall/Winter 2017 Cordier/GPPN Student Essay Contest for the upcoming Democracy issue. Authors will receive $500 for winning submissions. The deadline is November 29, 2017, 11:59pm EST. Interested authors can learn more and submit...

Call for Papers: The Democracy Issue

In anticipation of its upcoming issue, the Journal of International Affairs is sponsoring a call for papers on the state of democracies and governance trends around the world. The Journal of International Affairs is a leading peer-reviewed journal published by the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. The issue will...

Announcing the 2017-2018 Editorial Board

The Journal of International Affairs is pleased to announce the recently selected editorial board: Editor in Chief Zinnia Bukhari Managing Editor Amir Bolouryazad Senior Editors Sarah Calderone (Winter) Ashley E. Chappo (Winter) Sruti Narayanan (Summer) Ally Tang (Summer) Features Editor María Martínez Romero Student Essays and Book Reviews...

The Cyber Issue Is Now Available

Cyber realities are changing faster than many people can keep up with. The latest issue of Columbia University’s Journal of International Affairs offers sober analysis on how cyber will influence global security, governance, and communications. The Cyber Issue features many leaders in the field. Heather Brooke, a professor and award-winning...

Call for Papers: International Cooperation

In anticipation of its upcoming Summer 2017 issue, the Journal of International Affairs is sponsoring a call for papers on international cooperation. The Journal of International Affairs is a leading peer-reviewed journal published by the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Our Summer issue will focus on both...

Call for Papers: Cyber

In anticipation of its upcoming issue, the Journal of International Affairs is sponsoring a call for papers on the intersection between cyber technology and foreign policy. The Journal of International Affairs is a leading peer-reviewed journal published by the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. The issue will focus...

Announcing the 2016–2017 Editorial Board

The Journal of International Affairs is pleased to announce the recently selected editorial board: David Kampf, Editor in Chief Natasha Cohen, Managing Editor Bebe Santa-Wood, Senior Editor (Fall) Tina Cai, Senior Editor (Fall) Cameron Torreon, Senior Editor (Spring) Sam Schneider, Senior Editor (Spring) Christy Grace Provines, Director of Digital...

Call for 2016-2017 Editorial Board Applications

Application to the 2016-2017 Editorial Board Since 1947, the Journal has been SIPA’s flagship academic publication, giving students the opportunity to identify and disseminate cutting-edge scholarship in the field of international affairs. Editorially independent of Columbia University, the Board is responsible for the production and publication...

Announcing the 2015-2016 JIA Editorial Board

The Journal of International Affairs is pleased to announce the recently selected 2015-2016 Editorial Board: Eliza Keller, Editor in Chief Kevin Kravitz, Managing Editor Alex Khadivi, Senior Editor (Spring) Michael Corcoran, Senior Editor (Spring) Paul Pope, Senior Editor (Fall) Claudia Shrivastava, Senior Editor (Fall) Andrew Burns, Production...

Call for 2015-2016 Editorial Board Applications

The outgoing Journal of International Affairs Editorial Board is seeking talented, highly motivated Columbia students with a passion for international affairs who are committed to continuing the tradition of excellence established over the publication's sixty-six year history. Applications are due Friday, 27 February 2015. See the application page...

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