* Call for papers: Michigan State Journal of International Law’s War on Terror Issue (DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: AUGUST 20th)
From Mich. St. J. Int’l L:
The Michigan State Journal of International Law is soliciting national security themed articles for its Issue 19.1- slated for publication in November 2010. More specifically, the theme of Issue 19.1 will be: Is There a War on Terror? Subjects the Journal hopes to highlight include:
– Cyber-security and Cyber-warfare
– Counter-terrorism / The Modern “COIN” Strategy
– Extraordinary rendition / Irregular Rendition
– The Privatization of War
– Guantanamo Bay / Detainee Imprisonment in the Continental U.S.
– The “Unlawful Enemy Combatant” Debate
– The Legal Context of Nation Building
The topics listed above are only suggestions; the Journal gladly welcomes articles that discuss other unique subjects within the War on Terror theme.
In your search for a publication outlet for your War on Terror article, the Michigan State Journal of International Law would like you to note that we reach over 200 academic and private subscribers in hard copy on virtually every continent and in every major law library in the United States. Moreover, the Journal’s articles are available on the two major legal research databases in the United States, Westlaw and Lexis-Nexis, and this ensures that its articles will be widely circulated and cited repeatedly in research articles worldwide.
The Journal will be accepting article submissions until August 20, 2010. We are flexible on article size; we will determine publication offers based solely on the work’s quality. Articles may be submitted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should you have any questions related to this call for papers, please feel free to contact me personally at nowaksc1. On behalf of the Journal, we look forward to potentially working with you in the near future.
All the Best,
Michigan State Journal of International Law