The SAIS Review of International Affairs is dedicated to advancing the debate on leading contemporary issues in world affairs. Seeking to bring a fresh and policy-relevant perspective to global political, economic and security questions, the SAIS Review publishes essays that straddle the boundary between scholarly inquiry and practical experience.
The SAIS Review print journal is published twice yearly by the Foreign Policy Institute, a research center of The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
For the website, perhaps our introductory article describes us best:
The SAIS Review website strives to expand upon the decades of excellence in our print journal to offer a new, but complementary, forum for the exploration of international relations and economics. The articles and posts online will be shorter and less formal, yet still delve into the intricacies and nuances of the policy issues that have come to define SAIS Review discussions. We will follow current events and changes across the globe, track developments in research and thought, and provide insight into policy and politics. We will rely upon the extensive network and knowledge-base that has made SAIS a leader in the field.
The website also serves to provide information on past issues, subscriptions, submissions and our editorial staff, among other SAIS Review matters. Follow us here on the website, on Twitter, and on Facebook for the latest information on speaker-series and other SAIS Review events.
About the site: Launched in March 2012, the website runs on the free and open source WordPress platform.
Copyright: The site and its content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, which permits non-commercial re-use of SAIS Review blog content when proper attribution is provided. For more details read the page on the Creative Commons website. Some content on this site may be owned or co-owned by third parties and may have additional copyright restrictions, especially photos, so we will do our best to label such content. In addition, please note that this copyright information does not include content from the SAIS Review journal itself that is printed by The Johns Hopkins University Press.