Political Warfare and Propaganda in the Digital Age
The editors of the Journal of Advanced Military Studies are seeking articles on topics related to information warfare, cyber warfare, and political warfare, particularly as they pertain to national security, international relations, and new and evolving battlespaces in the digital age.
Articles can cover these topics from along the broad spectrum of contemporary and historical examples of information, disinformation, propaganda, intelligence, cyberwar, and counterintelligence campaigns. This can include government-sanctioned hacking operations and other strategies to influence an adversary’s populace through digital platforms that can reach large audiences.
These topics can include articles on any era or from the perspective of any country but particularly from a perspective of the weaponization of information. Examples from particular wars or conflicts are welcome, such as World War I and II, the Cold War, conflicts in the Middle East, frozen conflicts, and contemporary examples of malicious, state-sponsored hacking and cyber-based counterintelligence/intelligence operations.
The Journal of Advanced Military Studies is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal, and submissions should be 4,000–10,000 words, footnoted, and formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style (17th edition). Junior faculty and advanced graduate students are encouraged to submit. Marine Corps University Press is also looking for book reviewers from international studies, political science, and contemporary history fields.
To receive a copy of the journal or to discuss an article idea or book review, please contact the editors at MCU_Press@usmcu.edu. Please submit articles for consideration by January 1, 2021.