Dear colleagues,

The International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) is proud to announce that POLITIKON - The IAPSS Journal of Political Science has reached its 11th Issue. POLITIKON is an academic journal meant to offer a proper framework for students -under and postgraduate- who have a special interest in Political Science. It is a unique opportunity for you to contribute to the political science community by having your paper reviewed and published in our journal!

The topic of this number is The Future of the transatlantic relationship: What’s next? Its aim is to explore the nature of the transatlantic relationship in its broadest sense looking at its political, economic, and cultural dimensions.

Contribution may address (but shall not be limited to) one of the following questions:

- What is the role, status and contribution of the ‘new’ member states in the transatlantic alliance? - What is the future of European security in the broadest sense and what role do the United States and Canada play in it? - What is the nature of the international system? Is it becoming more multipolar or rather unipolar? - How can theories of international relations explain the paradigm shift that took place in the transatlantic relationship? - Is it adequate, using Robert Kagan’s analogy, to describe Europeans as being from Mars and American being from Venus? What other frameworks of analysis can be used to explain this complex relationship?

The requirements for the papers are:

- English language - A half page abstract (not more than 125 words) - A minimum of 15 pages and a maximum of 25 pages written in Times New Roman, size 12, 1.5 lines - Bibliography - minimum 5 references, see the [ rules for references [PDF]].

The deadline for submitting the papers is the 30th January 2006. The articles should be sent at the following address:

For questions and suggestions, please feel free to write to us at this e-mail address:

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