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We’re always looking for new authors. CSPR is always looking to work with new writers from around the country and the world. If you’ve got an idea that will challenge our readers and provide them with insight, we want to hear about it.
CSPR provides students, academicians, and researchers active in social sciences especially the field of international relations, military warfare, geopolitics, foreign affairs, social movements, social problems and political uprisings with a forum to publish analysis on global geopolitical issues.
We cover a broad range of topics related to but not limited to our geographical region. We aim to gather perspectives from various intellectual minds, written in clear English that can be read with ease by the students of that field and experts as well.
CSPR invites authors and contributors willing to make original pieces of work concerning the themes we pursue with a regional as well as international geostrategic relevance.
Submissions can be in the form of opinion articles, situation reports, analysis, forecasts, interviews or editorials that aim to explain and foresee the trajectory of international geopolitics.
It is rewarding too. Hundreds of our team members (students, academicians and researchers of social sciences) will read your submissions, and in the process, you will also acquire a lot of knowledge—such as about the way you communicate your ideas, your writing style, and even about the subject you have focused your research on.
Authors wishing to submit an article to the Centre for Social and Political Research should refer to the following:
- The topic must be approved before writing an article.
- Manuscripts are accepted with the understanding that they have not been previously published (in print or online) and are not under simultaneous consideration by another publication.
- The article must be submitted in Microsoft Word format. The font must be Times New Roman and size must be 11 points. No headings are required. Pages must be double-spaced, with 1-inch margins.
- Provide a brief introduction and contact details of the author, not exceeding 200 words.
- The use of abbreviations should be limited to those that are commonly understood without explanation. All abbreviations must be spelled out at first mention in the text.
- References should be hyperlinked using the URLs.
- The length of article must be between 800 to 1000 words.
- Articles should be well-written, and we encourage grace as well as clarity. Articles must be copy-edited carefully before submission.
- In submitting work to CSPR, authors agree to the policies, including free access and use of the material published in it with, of course, proper acknowledgment of authorship and source.
- Once an article has been accepted for publication it undergoes a careful editorial process that ensures its conformity to standardized style (capitalization, punctuation, formatting, etc.) and the best practice of good English usage in academic writing.
- The editor in chief has the right to reject any article having any problem that contradicts with the policies of CSPR.
- Send us your manuscripts at firstname.lastname@example.org