Born out of the work and vision of its Members, the ITSS Verona Magazine, the ITSS Verona Magazine of International Security wishes to offer students, academics and working professionals from all over the world with an opportunity to share their ideas related to pertinent issues about pressing questions of international security, including international relations, conflict, crisis situations, diplomacy, strategy and paths to increase security.
Each number, which will be semestral, will feature a section dedicated on major academic debates (i.e. understanding of major theories and approaches to international security), one on policy scenarios (i.e. where writers specifically analyse and propose concrete courses of actions vis-à-vis real crisis situations) and one which features the winners of the ITSS Verona call for papers thematic competition (i.e. winners of the call for papers on Africa and African security).
Peer-reviewed by the members of the Team, this Magazine is an equal opportunity magazine and, as such, invites all submissions from all types of background. Guidelines, as illustrated in the link, are to be strictly followed to facilitate the work and scrutiny of all parties involved.
Suggestion topics: Climate change, Renewable Energies, Investments in the domestic economy, Education, Culture, the role of African Union, new economy projects, Protection of cultural heritage, African external investments, IT & cybersecurity, new technologies, new possible african institutions, etc. These topics are solely meant to serve as suggestions. Should you have any other topic ideas please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your idea.
The ITSS Verona - Africa team is happy to announce its first Call for papers for its first Panel discussion. The candidates will have to send their papers regarding the selected topics by
Please submit articles to: email@example.com
with the subject “Submission-Africa”
The intent of this call is to provide students, academics, and professionals with a platform to share their ideas related to pertinent issues about Africa.
The ITSS Africa team will select 4 candidates. Those ones will have the opportunity:
The topic needs to be original. The team will not accept any form of plagiarism.
If plagiarism is detected the abstract will automatically be discarded.
ITSS Verona is delighted to announce its first Call for submissions for the first number of the new ITSS Verona Magazine. We wish to provide students, academics, and working professionals with a platform to share their ideas. The candidates will be able to write either a policy analysis or an essay on one of the topics below:
Policy analysis papers:
Threats to information security.
Provide an analysis of a present or future challenge to information security, discuss possible policy solutions to it and provide a final recommendation.
Submissions have to be original. The ITSS Team will not accept any form of plagiarism.
If plagiarism is detected the paper will not be considered.
Before sending your paper, please be sure to check the following guidelines:
Words: 2000 - 3000 (without Bibliography)
Format: Times new Roman, size 12, double space
Citation style: last version of Chicago Style (footnotes and bibliography)
Basic structure: Cover page (title and name of the author), Abstract, Introduction, Main text/Analysis, Conclusion, Bibliography
Goal: Present one topic relative to the call, discuss your argument with adequate sources.
Submissions have to be original. The ITSS Team will not accept any form of plagiarism. If plagiarism is detected the paper will not be considered. Should you have questions or need any further information please do not hesitate to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Team for the Study of Security – Verona