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The NYU Journal of International Law & Politics is currently accepting submissions for consideration in the summer symposium issue. We are exclusively seeking articles related to or discussing international law, politics, and China’s One Belt, One Road. Information on the symposium is available here. If you are interested in submitting, please send your article and CV to by November 1, 2018.


Unfortunately, at this time we are no longer accepting general articles for publication. Our next round of submissions will likely open in early February 2019. Please check our website periodically for updates.

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Arti­cle Selec­tion Process

We con­sid­er each man­u­script we receive using an exten­sive review process, which can take sev­er­al weeks. If you receive an offer from anoth­er jour­nal dur­ing this time­frame and need an expe­dit­ed review, please con­tact nyujilp@gmail.comwith the appro­pri­ate details. Please note, how­ev­er, that because of our review process, any sub­mis­sion that is expe­dit­ed for a date less than one week from when you seek expe­dit­ed review may be dis­ad­van­taged. Expe­dit­ed review pro­vides your piece with no com­pet­i­tive advan­tage in our process.

Con­tent Require­ments

Length: The N.Y.U. Jour­nal of Inter­na­tion­al Law & Pol­i­tics is com­mit­ted to pub­lish­ing work that is con­cise and read­able. We strong­ly encour­age sub­mis­sions between 12,000 and 20,000 words (exclud­ing foot­notes). 

Cita­tions: Cita­tions must con­form to the Twen­ti­eth Edi­tion of The Blue­book: A Uni­form Sys­tem of Cita­tion. Fail­ure to con­form to the The Blue­book will be a fac­tor that weighs sig­nif­i­cant­ly against accep­tance of the man­u­script.

Abstract: Please include a short abstract with your sub­mis­sion.

Restric­tions on Stu­dent Authors

The N.Y.U. Jour­nal of Inter­na­tion­al Law & Pol­i­tics will not review sub­mis­sions for inclu­sion in our Arti­cles sec­tion if the sole author is a cur­rent J.D. stu­dent (at New York Uni­ver­si­ty School of Law or else­where). We will con­sid­er Arti­cles co-authored by J.D. stu­dents if one of the co-authors is not a cur­rent J.D. stu­dent.

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