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Pacific Islands Society to Feature Domestic & Foreign Policy Commentary from Asia-Pacific Experts
PacSoc accepts original submissions for the following PacSoc publications:
Thought Leaders, The Wire, Interactions, Canvas, Horizons, Futures, and Footnotes. Descriptions for each are provided in the next section.
Submissions should align with the following topics: art and culture, climate change, disarmament, education, energy security, food security, major powers, maritime security, natural disasters, natural resources, public health, social inequity, technology, and trade and development.
All submissions should range from 1,000 to 1,500 words. In most cases, our publications do not make use of footnotes. And, in all cases, they do not include hyperlinks. Authors should therefore reference any thirds party sources in the body of their submission.
Submissions must be exclusive to PacSoc. The Society will remove any publications that do not abide by this policy.
All unsolicited submissions will be released under a Creative Commons Attribution-
PacSoc will only contact authors if we plan to publish your piece. If you do not hear from us within two business days, please feel free to submit your commentary to other publications.
PacSoc does not offer financial compensation for unsolicited submissions.
Thought Leaders: Features key insights and analysis from senior academics, business leaders, diplomats, government officials, think tank fellows, and other experts on the most important issues facing leaders in the Asia-Pacific.
The Wire: Provides accredited journalists with a platform to share their personal observations about local, national, and regional developments of interest in the region.
Interactions: Gives medical professionals a global platform to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing public health in the Pacific Islands.
Canvas: Offers culinary, performing, and visual artists a place to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing the arts and culture in the Pacific Islands.
Horizons: Provides the next generation of foreign policy experts with a platform to share their perspectives on contemporary issues facing the Pacific Island Countries.
Futures: Gives talented high school students and undergraduate students an opportunity to engage in the debate over contemporary issues affecting the Pacific Islands Region.
Footnotes: Features reviews of the latest articles and books from experts in the field about Asia-Pacific relevant policy issues.
Authors should submit their content using the submission form provided at: http://pacificislandssociety.org/
About the Pacific Islands Society
The Pacific Islands Society is an independent, non-partisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting stronger people-people relations between the Pacific Island Countries and beyond. Through its speaking series, cultural events, and annual campaigns, PacSoc brings together some of the region’s most influential minds to discuss major political, economic, environmental, and social issues facing the Pacific Islands– all while celebrating the vibrant cultures that make the region so unique and valuable to the global community. For additional information, visit http://www.pacificislandssociety.org.
Keiko Ono (PacSoc Japan)