The study of International Affairs as an academic discipline is no longer limited to the jurisdiction of specialists. Moreover, the scope of International Relations transcends the realm of politics–involving varied disciplines such as geography, history, behavioral psychology, economics, anthropology and etiology. With this in mind, the purpose of the Towson University Journal of International Affairs (TJIA) is to explore the international implications and potential solutions to a range of problems and phenomena across academia. To achieve this end, we urge undergraduate students, and graduates alike, to submit papers that delve into the interactions between international actors, and present compelling cases for causality, as well as highlighting the significance of said interactions on a broader scale in order to glean novel insights into the contemporary international system.
TJIA also stands as a forum for intellectual and scholarly development. We provide thorough feedback and consultation throughout the submission process. As such, TJIA staff members work closely with the author in order to produce the highest level of scholarly work for publishing possible.
Please feel free to peruse the TJIA website to learn more about our legacy, submission guidelines, revision process, staff, and ongoing endeavors.