Bologna Center Journal of International Affairs
The Johns Hopkins Bologna Center Journal of International Affairs is a student-run academic journal published annually in May. Founded in 1997, the BC Journal has featured some of the most important names in the professional and academic world, as well as PhD and Masters candidates from top institutions around the globe. The BC Journal provides discerning readers a source for up-to-date views on issues related to international relations, politics, economics, and finance.
The diversity and quality of our contributors is a testament to the comprehensive world view evolving at the SAIS, Bologna Center. As an American institution located on European soil, the BC Center hosts students from 50 nations. Over 6,000 graduates of the Center now work in 100 countries around the world. We our proud to publish cutting-edge scholarship from all corners of the globe.
The Bologna Center Journal of International Affairs invites all those with a passion and commitment to intellectual rigor to submit their essays. We are confident that if you browse past issues, you will be eager to join Zbigniew Brzezinski, Francis Fukuyama, David Calleo, and others leaders that have published in our journal.