Stability Operations magazine is the world’s only publication devoted to the study of the private sector’s role in peace and stability operations. Published bi-monthly, SO has a combined print and online circulation of more than 15,000 copies, and is read by senior executives, government policymakers, and practitioners in the field of peace operations. Contributors to SO hail from government, military, think-tanks, universities and the private sector.
Now accepting submissions for 2015 issues!
Stability Operations magazine is seeking 800-1200 word submissions from practitioners, experts, government officials, and leaders in stability and development for our 2015 issues on topics pertinent to stability and development, including:
- Resilience Programming
- Construction & Logistics
- ITAR & Export Controls
- Donor Trends
- Monitoring & Evaluation
- Contract Reform
Download the 2014 SO magazine Guide for Authors for submission guidelines.
Submissions accepted via e-mail at ISOA@stability-operations.org.
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