Event Announcements (More details on the Events Calendar)
Monday, Jan. 23 at 3:00 pm: The Center for Strategic and International Studies will host an event on the future of U.S.-Pakistan relations. Amb. Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, Pakistan’s representative to the U.S., will speak to Daniel Runde and Seth Jones.
Tuesday, Jan. 23 at 11:00 am: The American Enterprise Institute will host a conversation with CIA Director Mike Pompeo on Intelligence Beyond 2018. Pompeo will speak with Marc Thiessen. This event is only available to the general public by livestream.
Thursday, Jan. 25 at 9:00 am: The Center for Strategic and International Studies will host Gen. Robert Neller, commandant of the Marine Corps, and Vice Adm. Peter Daly, chief executive of the U.S. Naval Institute, for a conversation with Kathleen Hicks on maritime security. Register to attend.
Thursday, Jan. 25 at 10:00 am: The Brookings Institution will host an event on the evolution of warfare called Multi-domain Battle: Converging Concepts Toward a Joint Solution. Air Force Gen. James M. Holmes will deliver remarks, followed by a conversation between Holmes and Michael O’Hanlon. RSVP to attend.
Friday, Jan. 26 at 9:00 am: The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is hosting an event on How Democracies Die. Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt will discuss their recent eponymous book in a moderated discussion with Thomas Carothers. Register here.
Calls for Papers
Call for Submissions, Stanford Law & Policy Review
The Stanford Law & Policy Review is accepting submissions for scholarly articles on a rolling basis for Volume 29 Issue 2, set for publication in spring 2018. The Review is particularly interested in articles that touch on the topics of national security, cybersecurity, and public policy.
Completed manuscripts will be considered for publication on a rolling basis. If you are interested in writing, please submit to the Stanford Law & Policy Review via Scholastica, and direct all inquiries to the Lead Articles Editor, Sophia Carrillo (email@example.com). If you choose to submit scholarship, articles should be between 5,000 and 20,000 words, not including notes and citations.
The Stanford Law & Policy Review is a widely cited academic journal at Stanford Law School that explores current issues at the nexus of law and public policy. For each issue, it solicits articles from prominent academics, practitioners, policymakers, judges, and other experts. Past contributors include President (then Governor) Bill Clinton, Senator John McCain, and Governor Jeb Bush, among many others. The U.S. Supreme Court last cited one of its pieces in McDonald v. City of Chicago, 561 U.S. 742 (2010).
Employment Announcements (More details on the Job Board)
There are no current job listings at this time.