Cambridge Element

I am an Associate Editor (with Anna Leander) of the Cambridge Element in International Security, edited by Jon Pevehouse.  Please contact me if you have questions about a submission.

What is the Element Series?

The Cambridge Elements in International Relations publish original research on key topics in the field. The series includes manuscripts addressing international security, international political economy, international organizations, and international relations theory. Our objective is to publish cutting edge research that engages crucial topics in each of these issue areas, especially multi-method research that may yield longer studies than leading journals in the field will accommodate. Each Element is approximately 25,000 words, allowing for more extensive development of theory and evidence.

Successful submissions will make both theoretical and empirical contributions in its chosen area. We encourage submissions on a wide and diverse set of topics in each of series areas and the series is open to any methodological approach.

The Elements series is edited by leading scholars in the field of international relations. Each Element is rigorously peer-reviewed and published quickly in order to reach its audience in a timely fashion. Elements are updatable and will be published on the Cambridge Core platform. A low-priced print-on-demand option is also available.

The Cambridge Element in International Security publishes original, cutting-edge research on international security broadly defined. This rigorously peer-reviewed series is theoretically and methodologically pluralistic. The longer format and online platform facilitate in-depth presentation of research and innovative forms of writing integrating datasets, experimental protocols, proofs, documents, images, and videos.