About the Journal

For fourteen years, since being founded in 1998 by students Mike Grenier and Hugh Handeyside with the faculty support of Professor Coit Blacker,  the Stanford Journal of International Relations has published the best of Stanford writing on international relations. The Journal provides a semi-annual forum for interdisciplinary discussion of global affairs, publishing writing on politics, economics, history, and public policy. Our undergraduate staff directs all aspects of journal production. Academics, policymakers, and institutions around the country receive the 80-page journal in print. Our authors are Stanford students, faculty, affiliates, and alumni; interviewees have included Condoleezza Rice, former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy, F.W. de Klerk, and Joseph Stiglitz.

If you would like to join the Journal staff, please see the Staff page for more information.
For submissions criteria and guidelines, please visit the Submissions page.

You may find hard copies of past Journals in the Bing Wing of Green Library. For subscription inquiries, please contact the Business Editor:

Stanford Journal of International Relations
216 Encina Hall West
Stanford, CA 94305-6045
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