Journal of International Affairs

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Discipline International affairs
Language English
Edited by Zinnia Bukhari
Publication details
Publisher
The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York (United States)
Publication history
1947–present
Frequency Biannual
Indexing
ISSN 0022-197X
OCLC no. 39098532
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The Journal of International Affairs is a leading foreign affairs journal edited by the graduate students at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. It was established in 1947 as a nonprofit organization, and is the oldest university-affiliated periodical in the field. The print edition of the journal has readers in over eighty countries and has earned worldwide recognition for its unique single-topic format.[1] In 2011, the journal began distributing issues electronically through the Amazon Kindle store.[2]

Current Editorial Board (2017-2018)[3][edit]

Zinnia Bukhari: Editor in Chief

Esther Owens: Managing Editor

Sarah Calderone: Senior Editor

Ashley E. Chappo: Senior Editor

Sruti Narayanan: Senior Editor

Ally Tang: Senior Editor

María Martínez Romero: Features Editor

Mohamed Zeeshan: Digital and Online Director

Nathan Benevides: Social Media Editor

Aparna Singh: Business and Marketing Director

Devanshu Sood: Business Manager

Notable contributors[edit]

Notable authors have included Hannah Arendt, J. Brian Atwood, Jagdish Bhagwati, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter, Noam Chomsky, Francis Deng, Francis Fukuyama, W. Averell Harriman, John Kerry, Robert S. McNamara, Margaret Mead, Hans Morgenthau, Luis Moreno Ocampo, Giandomenico Picco, Condoleezza Rice, Rajiv Shah, Paul Volcker, Kenneth Waltz, and Muhammad Yunus.

Previous Editors in Chief[edit]

  • Harrison Parker, 1947–48
  • John Lippmann, 1948–49
  • Richard Rowson, 1950–51
  • Richard Newman, 1951–52
  • Roger Ross, 1952–53
  • Albert Mark, 1953–54
  • Richard Cornell, 1954–55
  • Richard Palmer, 1955–56
  • John Kruse, 1956–57
  • R. Laurence Garufi, 1957–58
  • Richard Dodson, 1958–59
  • Aurelius Fernandez, 1959–60
  • Edward Greathead, 1960–61
  • Bruce Nelan, 1961–62
  • Everett Kelsey, 1962–63
  • Bernard Klem, 1963–64
  • Aaron Klieman, 1964–65
  • Robert Matthews, 1966–67
  • John Farrell, 1967–68
  • John Quitter, 1968–69
  • John Rounsaville, 1969–70
  • Paul Shapiro, 1970–71
  • David Sullivan, 1971–72
  • James Grant, 1972–73
  • Brian Connelly, 1973–74
  • Gregg Rubinstein, 1974–75
  • Marc Wall, 1975
  • Mary-Ellen Pignatelli, 1975–76
  • Douglas Cardon, 1976
  • Alan Buckley, 1976–77
  • Stephen Douglas, 1977–78
  • David Chaffetz, 1978–79
  • Lesley Rimmel, 1980–81
  • Martin Marris, 1981–82
  • Joshua Katz, 1982–83
  • Lauren Kelley, 1984
  • Roger Baumann, 1985
  • James Ryan, 1986
  • Paul Walting, 1987
  • William Rogers, 1988
  • Martin Malin, 1989
  • Julie Rasmussen, 1990
  • Gregory White, 1991
  • Matthew Tiedemann, 1992
  • Melissa Sawin, 1992–93
  • Sonali Weerackody, 1993–94
  • M. Kathleen Tedesco, 1994–95
  • Michael Pedroni, 1996–97
  • Ana Cutter, 1997–98
  • S. Austin Merrill, 1999–2000
  • Robert A. Schupp, 1999–2000
  • Deirdre Brennan, 2000–1
  • Nancy van Itallie, 2001–2
  • Priscilla Ryan, 2002–3
  • Genevieve Sangudi, 2003–4
  • Hamilton Boardman, 2004–5
  • Moran Banai, 2005–6
  • Daniel Doktori, 2006–7
  • Saul Acosta Gomez, 2007–8
  • Eugene Sokoloff, 2008–9
  • Gerald Stang, 2009–10
  • Rikha Sharma Rani, 2010–11
  • Paul Fraioli, 2011–12
  • Jon Grosh, 2012–13
  • Andrew Zsoldos, 2013–14
  • Bryan Griffin, 2014–2015
  • Eliza Keller, 2015–2016
  • David Kampf 2016-2017


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Journal of International Affairs on JSTOR". www.jstor.org. Retrieved 2017-07-13. 
  2. ^ "Amazon.com: Journal of International Affairs". www.amazon.com. Retrieved 2017-07-13. 
  3. ^ "Editorial Board". JIA SIPA. 2009-11-24. Retrieved 2017-07-13. 

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