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Global Security and Intelligence Studies

Global Security and Intelligence Studies

Submission Guidelines

Contents

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

Manuscripts may be submitted via the Submit Article link at left. All manuscripts will undergo editorial screening and peer review. Submissions cannot have been previously published or be under consideration for publication elsewhere. The article Submission Agreement must be accepted at submittion.

Manuscripts should not exceed 9,000 words, including appendices and references and must be in Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx). They must be formatted in a 12-point font and double-spaced, include the manuscript title, and contain no author identifying information.

All manuscripts must include an abstract containing a maximum of 250 words.

Following the abstract the manuscript must include up to five key words.

Authors must also provide a cover letter indicating how their article fits in with the aims and scope of the journal.

All manuscripts must include a separate cover sheet that contains the title of the manuscript and all author names and affiliations with separate contact information (address, email, phone number). The cover-sheet should clearly identify one corresponding author.

All submissions, citations, notes, references, tables, figures and charts must follow the Chicago Manual of Style, author-date (parenthetical) (16th edition). Manuscripts not in proper format will be returned for correction. Authors are requested to pay particular attention to making citations in notes and references complete and accurate.

Inquiries may be sent to Managing Editor Yoav Gortzak at gsis@apus.edu.

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Book Review Submission Guidelines

Book reviews may be submitted via the Submit Article link at left.

Book reviews should focus on timely books, which have been published within the last two years, they should not exceed 1500 words, and they should follow the style guide of the Chicago Manual of Style, author-date (parenthetical) style (16th edition).

  • Author/Editor Name
  • Book Title
  • Publisher
  • Year of Publication
  • ISBN:000-0-00-000000-0
  • Number of Pages
  • Price

The review should address how the book fits in with the discipline. The review should also include a discussion of the main ideas and objectives, methods and sources, and audiences for the book. Additionally, it should provide a constructive assessment of the strengths and weakness of the book.

Inquiries may be sent to Managing Editor Yoav Gortzak at gsis@apus.edu.

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