Call for Papers, Vol. 11, 2018
Winter: The Rebirth of Great Power Competition and the Search for a New Strategic Security Balance
Deadline: November 15, 2018
Submit Online: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/cgi/submit.cgi?context=jss
Submission Guidelines: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/jss/submissionguidelines.html
Aims & Scope of the Journal of Strategic Security (JSS)
The Journal of Strategic Security is a peer-reviewed professional journal published quarterly by Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security Press. The Journal encourages diversity in theoretical foundations, research methods, and approaches. Each article should analyze and include implications for policy and practice. Read our full Aims and Scope: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/jss/aimsandscope.html
Who Should Submit?
We welcome submissions from students, practitioners, scholars, and experts from the intelligence, military, and law enforcement communities, as well as from government, academia, and the private sector.
Please review our Submission Guidelines before you submit your manuscript
Articles should be approximately 3,000 words. Occasionally, we publish longer pieces depending on the context and advanced notification. Please review the Submission Guidelines, ensuring your manuscript includes endnotes and complies with the formatting requirements: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/jss/submissionguidelines.html
Where to Submit
All documents should be in Microsoft Word format and submitted though the Journal’s online manuscript management system: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/jss/
If you have a proposal or abstract for a paper, please email the Editor directly at:
All papers deemed suitable and within the Journal’s scope will be sent for peer review. The author may be asked to make changes as requested by the reviewer and editor before the work is published. Only original manuscripts not previously published or under consideration for publication elsewhere will be considered. If accepted for publication, manuscripts cannot be published elsewhere without written permission from Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security Press.
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