The Zambakari Advisory Submission Guidelines
The Zambakari Advisory welcomes publications ranging from reports, policy briefs, fieldnotes, commissioned papers, articles for Special Issues, and peer reviewed papers. The firm also publishes short analyses through its blog, designed for a broad readership. Our goal is to reach a wide audience using accessible language, and rethinking old and emerging problems in rethought contexts. Our research centers at the nexus of security and development, emerging and transnational threats, and social movements in the United States, Africa, and Middle East. We accept solicited and unsolicited articles from a broad range of contributors: practitioners, scholars, private researchers, policy makers, humanitarian workers, area and legal specialists, consultants, and more. Please review our capability statement to learn more about our research trajectory and current projects.
Submissions should adhere to the following guidelines:
- Articles should not exceed 2500 words (1.5 line spacing, not including references).
- To be considered, the submission must be of high quality, an original piece that has not been published elsewhere, and is not being considered for publication elsewhere.
- All text must be in Time New Roman font, 12 pt., typed in MS Word
- Authors should include their place(s)/institution(s) of affiliation and a short bio of 50 words.
- All figures, illustrations, charts and graphics must be numbered in the order in which they appear in the manuscript
- All sources should be numbered and included as Endnotes
- For references, we recommend Endnotes formatted using either The Chicago Manual of Style (16th ed.) of author-date system or the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, (6th ed.) (with no in-text citations).
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