Brown Journal of World Affairs

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Brown Journal of World Affairs
EditorsLuiza Silva, Paul Butler
CategoriesInternational Relations
PublisherBrown University
Year founded1993
CountryUnited States
Websitehttp://bjwa.brown.edu/
ISSN1080-0786

The Brown Journal of World Affairs is an American magazine of foreign policy and international relations, published biannually at Brown University. It was founded in 1993 as the Brown Journal of Foreign Affairs by Daniel Cruise, Alex Scribner, and Michael Soussan. The magazine features essays written by world leaders, policymakers, and prominent academics. Each issue is composed of three thematic sections dedicated to exploring different topics in contemporary international politics and economics. In addition, each issue includes an open essay section, in which a wide variety of global issues are discussed.[1]

BJWA's editing headquarters are located in Brown's Watson Institute

The magazine is funded in part by Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs and Brown's Undergraduate Finance Board.[2]

Notable contributors[edit]

Editors-in-Chief[edit]

The Journal is led by two coeditors-in-chief, who typically serve one year terms.

  • Daniel Cruise 1994
  • Alexander Scribner 1994
  • Michael Soussan 1995
  • Pier Smulders 1995
  • Spyros Demetriou 1996, Project Director of the United Nations Development Programme
  • J. Peter Scoblic 1997, Executive Editor of The New Republic
  • Andrew Lowenstein
  • Michael J. Hsu 1997
  • Tarek E. Masoud 1997
  • Douglas McGray 1997
  • Jeffrey W. Dillon 1999
  • Shalinee Sharma 1999
  • Elizabeth Foz 2000
  • Madeleine Kokx 2000
  • Charlene Lat 2001
  • James Fichter 2001
  • Patrick O'Brien 2002
  • Jennifer Schwartzman 2002
  • Jaideep Singh 2003
  • Daniel Widome 2003
  • Andrew Horesh 2004
  • Keith Stanski 2004
  • Jesse Finkelstein 2005
  • Priya Bindra 2005
  • Barron YoungSmith 2006
  • Seema Vora 2006
  • Jillian Moo-Young 2006
  • Kenta Tsuda 2007
  • Katherine Reisner 2007
  • Craig Kennedy 2008
  • Shiyin Wang 2008
  • Solomon Eppel 2010
  • Tushar Khadloya 2010
  • Anagha Prasad 2010
  • Harvey Stephenson 2011
  • Anthony Badami 2011
  • Melanie Garunay 2011
  • Sam Magaram 2012
  • Mustafa Safdar 2012
  • Kathy Nguyen 2013
  • Cameron Parsons 2013
  • Reva Dhingra 2014
  • Maxwell Ernst 2014
  • Carol Kim 2015
  • Sabin Ray 2015
  • Katherine Pollock 2016
  • Lily Halpern 2016
  • Tomas Navia 2016
  • Pranav Sharma 2017
  • Asya Igmen 2017
  • Paul Butler 2018
  • Luiza Osorio G. da Silva 2018

In Popular Culture[edit]

Actor Donald Sutherland appeared holding a copy of the Brown Journal of World Affairs on an episode of the ABC television drama Commander in Chief.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About the Brown Journal of World Affairs". Retrieved March 3, 2018.
  2. ^ "About the Brown Journal of World Affairs". Retrieved March 3, 2018.
  3. ^ "Publication History - The Brown Journal of World Affairs". Retrieved March 3, 2018.
  4. ^ Commander in Chief

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