Call for Papers: IFAIR’s East Asia Review 2017
Are you a student or young professional with a keen interest in East Asian Affairs? Or an aspiring researcher looking for an opportunity to see your work published? Would you like to gain access to a network of young experts in international affairs? The Young Initiative on Foreign Affairs and International Relations (IFAIR) is looking for contributions to its East Asia Review until the 15th of October 2017.
Send us your article (up to 1000 words) in English or German until the 15th of October 2017. There are no limits regarding the focus of your work – as long as it centers around a current affairs issue in an East Asian country (China, Japan, Mongolia, North Korea, South Korea and Taiwan) or on regional relations.
If you are selected as one of the contributors to this year’s East Asian Review, your article will go through a peer-reviewing process during which the editorial team will make suggestions for changes and improvements to your work. The reviewing-process will take up to six weeks. Throughout the process, the editorial team will be there to answer all your questions and give you the necessary support. The final publication will be featured on our website, and all contributors will be admitted to the IFAIR network, in order to receive all updates on future opportunities.
To apply, simply send your article to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any further questions or wish to learn more about IFAIR’s work, please contact email@example.com or browse through our website.
Find out more about your opportunity to publish your article in our East Asia Review flyer.
Hannah Elten is co-director for “South & East Asia” and is programme partner in the Impact Group EU-ASEAN Perspectives. Hannah studied International Relations, Political Economy and Asian Studies in a dual degree between the Institut d’Études Politiques Paris and the University of Sydney since 2012. She has been active in the European Youth Parliament and, more recently, organized delegations from the University of Sydney to different Model United Nations Conferences. She was a Youth Ambassador for Oxfam Australia, aiming to get more young people involved with charity work. Hannah gained professional experience in the fields of Development and International Relations by working as an Intern at the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung in Tunisia, as well as at the German Trade Office in Taipei and imug Consulting in Hannover. She is a scholarship holder of the Ev. Studienwerk Villigst and of the German Academic Exchange Service. Hannah speaks German, English, French and some Mandarin.