The Brandeis International Journal is an entirely undergraduate run, written, and published International Affairs publication. Every semester we publish original, short-form International Relations and Comparative Politics analysis pieces covering every corner of the globe as well as a unique theme section for each issue.
Founded in 2011 to create, support, and facilitate discourse in International Affairs discourse on the Brandeis campus and beyond, the BIJ has quickly grown from a small group of dedicated founders to Brandeis' foremost semesterly publication. We publish exclusively short-form original work written mostly by Brandeis undergraduates, though we gladly accept submissions from outside of the University. The Brandeis International Journal strives for objective, nonpartisan analysis of the critical issues facing our world today. Every issue contains seven distinct sections, broken up by region (The Americas, Africa, Europe, Middle East, South/Central Asia, and Asia Pacific), as well as a unique theme section that deals with a broad thematic topic, such as asymmetric warfare or environmental issues and their impact on international politics.
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