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...

Save the Date: Thought Leadership Forum, 28 April 2015

The Journal of International Affairs is pleased to announce that its Spring 2015 Thought Leadership Forum on Migration will be held Tuesday, 28 April 2015, at Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs. More details to follow.

Call for student essays for Spring/Summer 2015 Issue

The Journal of International Affairs is seeking submissions for the Spring/Summer 2015 Cordier and GPPN Student Essay Contests for its upcoming issue on migration. The submission deadline January 23, 2015,11:59pm EST. Interested authors can send submissions or questions to Michael Stecher (Cordier and GPPN Editor) at mjs2310@columbia.edu.  More...

Upcoming Thought Leadership Forum on Uprisings

The Journal of International Affairs is pleased to announce that its ninth Thought Leadership Forum will be taking place 11 December 2014 at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University.

Call for Cover Art Submissions for Fall/Winter 2014 Issue

The Journal of International Affairs is inviting artists and graphic designers to submit cover art for our upcoming Fall/Winter 2014 issue on Uprisings. For examples, we ask you to refer to past editions of the Journal here. Please send submissions to our Production Director, Maria Chea, at mjc2254@columbia.edu.

Thought Leadership Forum on Global Food Security

  The Journal of International Affairs is pleased to announce its eighth Thought Leadership Forum, taking place 30 April 2014, 7:00 pm at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Moderating for the evening is Zoe Stopak-Behr. Panelists for the event are: Saswati Bora, World Economic Forum (Consumer industries)...

Announcing the 2014-2015 editorial board

We are pleased to announce the selection of the 2014-2015 editorial board. Thank you to all who applied and congratulations to the new board: Bryan Griffin, Editor in Chief Sarah Wall, Managing Editor Adam Read Brown, Senior Editor Lydia Tomkiw, Senior Editor Kristin Lewis, Senior Editor Felipe Umaña, Senior Editor Maria Chea, Production...

Call for Cover Art Submissions for Spring/Summer 2014 Issue

The Journal of International Affairs is inviting artists and graphic designers to submit cover art for our upcoming Spring/Summer 2014 issue on Food Security. For examples, we ask you to refer to past editions of the Journal here. The deadline is Friday, March 28 2014. Please send your submissions to our Production Director, Bryan Griffin.

Call for Online Papers on Food Security

The Journal of International Affairs: Online is issuing a call for papers related to our Spring 2014 topic, "Food Security." Submissions should be between 1,500 to 2,000 words on any subject relating to food security. Articles should be submitted to Luke McNamara at jiaonline@columbia.edu.

Call for Cordier Essays for Fall/Winter 2013 Issue

The Andrew Wellington Cordier Essay Contest The Journal of International Affairs is seeking submissions for the Fall 2013 Cordier Student Essay Contest for its upcoming issue on Women and Gender. The author of the winning article will receive $500 along with publication alongside noted scholars in the Journal.  Published by Columbia University’s...

Call for GPPN Essays for Fall/Winter 2013 issue

Global Public Policy Network (GPPN) Essay Contest The Journal of International Affairs is seeking student submissions for its semiannual GPPN Essay Contest. The author of the winning article will receive USD500 along with publication alongside noted scholars in the Journal’s forthcoming issue on Women and Gender...

La Dama de Hierro: Latin American Media Reacts to the Death of Margaret Thatcher

Below are selected headlines from Latin American media on the death of Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher Died, the "Iron Lady" She passed away at age 87. The former British prime minister was a key figure during the Falklands War. Full article from the Córdoba, Argentina based La Voz. Margaret Thatcher: Her Life...

Jose Mujica: The World's 'Poorest' President

Uruguayan President Jose Mujica's lifestyle is a sharp contrast with that of many other world leaders. President Mujica has opted to live in his wife's farmhouse outside Montevideo rather than in the opulent Suarez Residence, the official residence of the president. Mujica, who gives 90 percent of his salary to charity, is critical of many...

Michelle Bachelet Pledges to End For-Profit Education in Chile

Chilean presidential candidate, and spring Journal issue author, Michelle Bachelet announced her intent to end for-profit education in Chile. Candidate Bachelet made the announcement at a rally held on Tuesday in the Conchalí district of Santiago. The rally was Bachelet’s first public appearance since returning to Chile from New York...

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