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Unrest Magazine seeks contributions for upcoming issue – focus on Syria, Egypt, US Policy

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submit v sign2_0Unrest Magazine is looking for people who are interested in submitting contributions (short articles) for its Issue 8 on Syria, Turkey and Egypt. Additionally, the online web portal welcomes responses examining the ongoing issues related to the 2008 economic crisis and the West’s policy (or lack of policy) toward engaging global violence. Unrest Magazine is dedicated to publishing and covering a range of topics, such as: the role of systemic violence in perpetuating conflict, inequality and poverty, post-conflict peace building, development, foreign policy, social movements, peace/conflict education, and human rights. The magazine works with a variety of interested people: scholars, students, activists, practitioners and all those interested in engaging in critical discussion about the problems facing the world today and what might be done to address them. Guidelines and Terms of Conditions can be found here. Drafts should be sent to by October 15, 2013.  Submitted articles should be no more than 3000 words in length and include proper citations for texts, charts, and figures cited in the piece.  Accepted submissions will be published online in our November issue.  All submissions will be considered by the review board, but the editors will give priority to publishing those pieces that deal with current issues and/or best fit the vision of the magazine.

If you are interested in more information on the Unrest Magazine project which was founded in 2009, please click here. The link provides a short introduction on the work of Unrest Magazine from the prestigious George Mason School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.

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