About the Stanford International Policy Review (SIPR)
The Stanford International Policy Review (SIPR) is an annual student-run international affairs and public policy journal housed in the Ford Dorsey Master's in International Policy. We look for pieces that analyze some of the world’s most important and challenging problems with compelling data and evidence, and which outline specific ways to tackle these problems.
SIPR publishes one issue per year, in the spring. Each issue features articles and commentary on international policy topics around a central theme. The SIPR Forum, an accompaniment to the journal, provides a platform for more timely discussions of international policy issues. SIPR also hosts events throughout the year at Stanford to engage scholars and policy practitioners on a variety of international policy topics relevant to the selected theme of the journal issue.
To contact the editorial team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on submitting work to SIPR, please visit our Scholastica page.
Stanford students can apply to be an editor here. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis through January 5, 2022.