London Conflict Review Conference

Do you want to see your work published? Submissions are now open for The London Conflict Review annual academic conference, to be held virtually on October 9th, with support from the London School of Economics (LSE) Department of Government. Submit your papers, dissertations (with the permission of your academic department), or independent research for the opportunity to publish your work academically. They have a guideline word count of 6,000 to 8,000 words, and submissions are due on June 10th. Follow their Facebook page or visit the website for more information. There are no restrictions on who can submit papers, as they are evaluated blindly on their academic merit alone.

The London Conflict Review is a journal started by postgraduate students at the LSE. They publish the work of postgraduate students from universities around the world, with a specific focus on the field of Conflict Studies.

They are also currently looking for students (both graduate and undergraduate) to write articles within the field of Conflict Studies for publication on their website. These would be under 2,000 words in length and are intended for a public audience but held to an academic standard of evidence and argument. Submissions can be made via their website or via email at

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