University of the Philippines Law Center
Institute of International Legal Studies – WORLD BULLETIN
JOURNAL CALL FOR PAPERS
The World Bulletin under the University of the Philippines – Institute of International Legal Studies is having a special issue on INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL SECURITY ARCHITECTURES: TRENDS, CHALLENGES, AND WAYS FORWARD. Topics include but are not limited to the following: counterterrorism, preventing extremism and human rights, food security, police power and security in a time of pandemic, cybersecurity/technology, and other related issues. Submission of original, unpublished critical essays, articles, case comments and book reviews focused on the theme from the perspective of international law, development, economics, political science and other related fields are welcome.
The World Bulletin is a multidisciplinary journal focused on international law and international relations. It is devoted to thorough and innovative analysis of significant developments in international legal relations, seeking submissions on a variety of perspectives, including development economics, politics, and law.
The World Bulletin is a regular publication of the Institute of International Legal Studies of the University of the Philippines Law Center.
Standards for Submission:
The World Bulletin gives preferences to articles between 7,000 to 12,000 words in length. All submissions must be written in English.
Prospective authors may send manuscripts with a short bio and contact details (of 200 words) in Microsoft Word Format to firstname.lastname@example.org with “World Bulletin Submissions: [Author’s Name]” in the subject heading. Clarifications and other details may likewise be sent in this email.
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