|Guidelines for authors
The International Spectator welcomes submissions of articles and
book reviews on all aspects of international politics, economics and security affairs in
the transatlantic and broader European/Mediterranean sphere. All may be submitted, along
with author's cv, details of the author's affiliation, full mailing address and other
contact information, to the editorial office by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions must be original and should not be published or under consideration elsewhere
at the time of submission, nor should their substance be drawn from previously published
books or articles.
All submissions must be in English and in conformity with the journal's style. Guidelines
are given below.
Essays should be a maximum of 5500 words in length, Opinions 2500 words, Book Reviews 1000
words. Articles and essays must include a 100-word abstract. The abstract should enter
straight into the gist of the arguments and should not use the "this article
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Corresponding authors will receive free online access to their article through the Routledge
website and a complimentary copy of the issue containing their article. Reprints of
articles published in this journal can be purchased through Rightslink when proofs are received or alternatively on our journals
website. Address queries to the reprints department: email@example.com
The content of articles should not infringe any existing copyright. If any table or
figure, or more than a few lines of the text from previously published work or unpublished
theses are included in the manuscript, the author must obtain written permission for
republication from the copyright holder and the original source must be clearly referenced
and acknowledged. Authors are themselves responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce
copyright material from other sources.
It is a condition of publication that authors assign copyright to the Istituto Affari
Internazionali (IAI). Publication rights in their articles, including abstracts, are
licensed to Taylor & Francis, enabling them to ensure full copyright protection and to
disseminate the article, and of course the journal, to the widest possible readership in
print and electronic formats, as appropriate. Authors may use the article elsewhere after
publication, provided that prior authorisation is obtained from the IAI and that
acknowledgement is given to the journal as the original source of publication.