Policy Papers – Forte de Copacabana International Security

Policy Papers – Forte de Copacabana International Security

Deadline: Mon, 10 May 2021

Contact: kasbrasil@kas.de

Journal/Call for Papers Description

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) in Brazil, in partnership with the Brazilian Centre for International Affairs (CEBRI) and the European Union Delegation to Brazil (EUDEL), issues a call for original papers, for the publication entitled Policy Papers – Forte de Copacabana International Security. The purpose of this annual publication is to present to its readers strategies and analyses in the international
security area that are of common interest to Europe and Latin America.

This year, the core themes are:

  • Does No War Mean Peace? International Security Strategies in a New Geopolitical World Order
  • The Civil-Military Nexus: Global Risk Management
  • Overcoming Insecurity: Multilateralism and the Role of Transnational Security Alliances
  • Changing the Game: Cyber Responses to Crisis Situations

Submissions will be accepted from policymakers and specialists in the international security field, with academic qualifications of at least a completed Master’s Degree.

Abstracts will be accepted through to 9 May 2021, written in either Portuguese or English, with no more than 300 words of body text and three lines for a brief curriculum vitae. Co-authored papers will
be permitted, provided that all requirements are met.

Notifications of preliminary approvals during the Abstract selection phase will be issued by 19 May 2021. The full papers must then be sent in by 6 June, for final selection. They must consist of six
to ten pages with 1.5 line spacing using Times New Roman 12 font, with all references included, compliant with the rules established by the Brazilian Technical Standards Association (ABNT).

The organisers reserve the right not to publish all papers received. The publication will be bilingual, written in Portuguese and English. A fee of USD 500.00 (five hundred United States Dollars) will be
paid to non-Brazilian authors for each published paper, with Brazilian authors receiving BRL 2,500.00 (two thousand five hundred Brazilian Reais).