POLCAN2ID#: 1880
Date: 2016-08-31
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Category: Call for Papers
Subject: Call for Papers: The Journal of Politics and Democratization



Call for Papers:  The Journal of Politics and Democratization – 30 September 2016

 

The Journal of Politics and Democratization – Troy University (Troy, Alabama) and the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (Tbilisi, Georgia)

 

Contact email:

Dr. Terry Anderson, Troy University, Political Science Department, Master of Public Administration Program, Co-Editor of JPD -  tanderson@troy.edu

Dr. Tornike Sharashenidze, GIPA, School of Law and Politics, Master of International Relations Program, Co-Editor of JPD -  t.sharashenidze@gipa.ge

Dr. Nino Dolidze GIPA, School of Government, Master of Public Administration Program, Co-Editor of JPD -  n.dolidze@gipa.ge

 

The Journal of Politics and Democratization is currently accepting submissions for its second issue scheduled for publication and release on 30 September 2016.  This is a new, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal edited and produced through a partnership between Troy University (Troy, Alabama) and the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA, Tbilisi, Georgia).  The primary geographic focus of the journal is Europe, Russia, and the Caucasus region, although submissions concerning other areas will also be considered.  Research that focuses on specific individual countries as well as those offering comparative or global analyses will be welcome.  The Journal of Politics and Democratization invites submissions from a variety of disciplinary perspectives including, but not limited to: international relations, political science, public policy studies, public administration, economics, international law, and international studies.  Papers may focus on issues such as the role of states, international organizations and agreements, trade, economics, and political movements as well as other related topics.  Because the journal is published online, it is set up to accommodate a range of multimedia formats and authors wishing to submit articles incorporating non-traditional formats, e.g. pictures, video, or diagrams) are encouraged to do so.

 

Please contact any of the individuals listed above with any questions.  Submissions are due no later than 7 September 2016.  Submission guidelines can be found on the journal website at URL and all submissions should be sent to all three of the co-editors.

 




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