Guidelines for authors
Articles should be submitted in a Word document and include an abstract of up to 200 words and a short note about the author. The length of articles should be approx. 5,000 to 10,000 words. A second abstract should be included if possible to provide other-language information on the article.
References should follow the following examples:
Mason Peter, Deconstructing America. Representations of the Other, Londres, Routledge, 1990, pp. 120-125.
Subsequent mentions: Mason, Deconstructing America, p. 265.
Benhamou Bernard et Sorbier Laurent, “Souveraineté et réseaux numériques”, Politique étrangère, 3/2006, pp. 519-530.
Subsequent mentions: Benhamou et Sorbier, « Souveraineté et réseaux numériques », p. 12.
Pons Alain, “Civilité et civilisation”, in P. Raynaud et S. Rials (dir.), Dictionnaire de philosophie politique, Paris, PUF, 1996, pp. 100-105.
Subsequent mentions: Pons, “Civilité et civilisation”.
Lomborg Bjørn (dir.), Global Crises, Global Solutions, Cambridge, CUP, 2004, p 45.
Subsequent mentions: Lomborg, Global Crises, Global Solutions. pp. 20-30.
References in text: none (use footnotes).
Submission preparation checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission’s compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The paper has not been published and is not being reviewed by another media
- Format : OpenOffice, Microsoft Word
- URL references should be included as the case may be.
- The electronic copy being submitted should be in 12-point font, and the text should be single-spaced, with italics rather than underlining (except for links), and tables and illustrations included in the main text.