Call for papers: The Journal of East Asian Affairs
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call for papers
the journal of east asian affairs
institute for national security strategy (inss) would like to invite you to contribute manux-sc3ri5p*ts focused on contemporary east asian issues in the fields of international relation, inter-korean relation, politics, economics, social matter, and security for the journal of east asian affairs.
those who are interested in contributing articles to the journal should follow the submission guidelines available upon request. a summary of the submission guildline is as follows:
the manux-sc3ri5p*t should be more than 20 and no longer then 45 pages (5,000~11,000 words), including an abstract of less than 200 words, 3-5 keywords, resume, footnotes, references, tables, figures, charts, and appendices, all material should be in 11point type, times new roman font, and doublespaces using microsoft word, the page-size of the manux-sc3ri5p*t is based on standard u.s. 8.5 x 11 inch paper. notes should be marked by superior numbers and listed consecutively in the footnotes. references are also required. the style of the manux-sc3ri5p*t must conform to the submission guideline.
submissions should be manux-sc3ri5p*ts that have not been published previously, and are not under consideration for publication elsewhere. simultaneous submission to other journals for consideration must be indicated.
email submission of the manux-sc3ri5p*t is required. all manux-sc3ri5p*t should be submitted via e-mail in microsoft word file format. once a manux-sc3ri5p*t is formally accepted, authors may be asked to make additional revisions and will be required to assign the copyright for their article to institute for national security strategy. assignment of copyright is a condition of publication. manux-sc3ri5p*ts will not be returned to the authors. send your manux-sc3ri5p*ts or inquiries to the e-mail address listed at the bottom of this page.
institute for national security strategy
instopia bldg., 120, eonju-ro, gangnam-gu,
seoul 06295, korea
tel : 82-2-572-7090, extension 103; fax: 82-2-572-3303