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An Accessible Forum for Foreign Policy Research

The Delta Phi Epsilon Journal of Foreign Affairs is the Society’s upcoming peer-reviewed journal. The Journal’s mission is to provide an accessible forum for foreign policy-oriented essays from the academic community, practitioners in government, think tanks, non-profits, and the business community, and from advanced undergraduate and graduate students that are members of DPE’s university chapters. When launched, the Journal will be available to the public on an online, open-access platform.

The Journal engages with best practices in a variety of publication disciplines, coupling an academic-style peer-review process with policy-relevant, shorter-form content written for a larger audience of foreign affairs professionals. It targets academics interested in influencing the policy community, mid- and early-career professionals seeking an outlet for their ideas and expertise, and worthy students looking to spread new and novel understandings of the world.

Journal Steering Committee

The Journal is being organized by a steering committee of Society members. The Journal Steering Committee is responsible for developing and codifying editorial standards and practices, setting the Journal’s publishing model and content format, and acting as an editorial board during the Journal’s initial run.

Journal Steering Committee membership is open to Society members. Learn more about the Steering Committee and request to join here.

Journal Editorial Board

The Journal Steering Committee is also tasked with organizing an Editorial Board to take over the Journal after its initial run. This board will include:

  • An Editor-In-Chief;
  • Managing/Deputy Editors;
  • Volunteer Editors;
  • A Format and Layout Editor; and
  • A Webmaster.