H-Diplo/ISSF Article Review 139 on “Substate Organizations as Foreign Policy Agents: New Evidence and Theory from India, Israel, and France.”

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Article Review 139
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Nicolas Blarel and Jayita Sarkar.  “Substate Organizations as Foreign Policy Agents:  New Evidence and Theory from India, Israel, and France.”  Foreign Policy Analysis 15:3 (2019): 413-431.

Published by ISSF on 28 May 2020

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Due to COVID-19 related concerns and uncertainties, “Spying on East Asia” conference has been postponed until February 27 – 28, 2021.  The new CFP deadline is September 15, 2020. Those who have already submitted a proposal do not need to resubmit.

should journals give more information to prospective authors?

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Below is a link to an article on the Scholarly Kitchen blog by Jerry Jacobs entitled "Author Friendly Journal websites."  Jacobs contents that journal publishers could assit authors who are interested in submitting an article by giving them more information about how long their peer review process usually takes and the time from acceptance to publication.  The commentators on the article aren't so sure that this information will be transparent and meaningful. 

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