The Journal:

The Journal has a circulation of 3,000 copies, which are distributed to over 160 undergraduate international relations programs and APSIA graduate international relations schools. Each edition includes a featured article by a leading voice in international relations; previous headliners include, Joseph R. Biden, Vice President of the United States of America, Dr. Henry A. Kissinger, former Secretary of State of the United States of America,  Pascal Lamy, former Director-General of the World Trade Organization, and Robert Zoellick, President of the World Bank.

We welcome you to visit the Online Journal, at 


Print Submissions:

Submissions must come from current students; must be original and previously unpublished; may include research in topics relevant to international relations such as economics, political science, history, and area studies; must be between 2,000 and 6,000 words in length; must use citations according to the Chicago Manual of Style, 15th Edition; must be submitted in .docx format; and must include a cover page with the author's name, telephone number, and bibliography, the article's title, and a 200-word abstract. Please send all submissions to

Online Article Submissions:

Submissions to the online platform can be academic articles (1,500-4,000 words), book reviews (1,000-2,000 words), or opinion-editorial columns (800-1,200 words). The remaining requirements are identical to those of print submissions. Please send all submissions to

Print submissions not selected for publication in the Journal will be automatically considered for publication in the online Journal

Associate Editor Positions:

Associate Editors: In SIR’s Copy Department, we value quality above all else. It is our job to ensure the Journal receives quality submissions, to pick the best of those submissions, and to work with the authors to edit them and make them ready for publication this spring. While training and some preliminary work will take place in the fall, note that all positions on this team are more work-intensive in the spring semester. Ideal applicants will have editing experience, be meticulously attentive to detail, and not shy away from hard and focused work. The Journal’s acceptance as the premier undergraduate publication in the field depends on its professional quality; it is the Copy Department’s job to affect that professionalism and excellence.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to detailing your editing experience and your interest in the joining the Copy Department of the Journal. Please contact us with any questions as well.