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Columbia University's Journal of International Affairs holds two student essay contests: the Andrew Wellington Cordier Contest and the Global Public Policy Network Contest. Winning authors of both contests are published in the print issue and receive $500. Since Vol. 72, No.2, in the spring of 2019, the Journal also holds a biannual visual arts contest with a $250 prize. 

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Columbia University’s Journal of International Affairs is currently accepting submissions for its Summer 2020 Issue: Politics of Protest.

The issue will examine protest movements across the globe, from Hong Kong to Lebanon to Chile. It will also explore sub-national and transnational trends: how modern technology shapes modern protest, how international law and institutions can support, or undermine, regional movements, how contemporary protests compare to historical movements, and more.

Relevant topics may include but are not limited to: 

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Columbia University’s Journal of International Affairs is excited to announce three additions to our advisory board. As of October 2019, Merit E. Janow Kimberly Marten, and Yasmine Ergas, will be joining the Journal’s advisory board. Sadly, Professor Gary Sick, who has served on our advisory board since 1990, stepped down in October.

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Columbia University's Journal of International Affairs holds two student essay contests: the Andrew Wellington Cordier Contest and the Global Public Policy Network Contest. Winning authors of both contests are published in the print issue and receive $500. Since Vol. 72, No.2, in the spring of 2019, the Journal also holds a biannual visual arts contest with a $250 prize. 

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The Columbia Journal of International Affairs is thrilled to release its Spring/Summer 2019 issue: DYNAMICS OF GLOBAL FEMINISM

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Columbia University’s Journal of International Affairs is pleased to announce the subject of its Fall/Winter 2019 Issue: “Climate Change,” which will explore the widespread and catastrophic impacts on humanity, as well as potential, innovative solutions to mitigate the impact of climate change. 

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