AAAS Launches New Online Publication: Science & Diplomacy

bridges, vol. 33, May 2012 / Noteworthy Information

The first edition of a new online quarterly at AAAS called Science & Diplomacy was launched this March. The goal of Science & Diplomacy is to cover all aspects of the complex relationship between science and diplomacy.

ScienceDiplomacyScience & Diplomacy provides a forum for rigorous thought, analysis, and insight to serve stakeholders who develop, implement, and teach all aspects of science and diplomacy. The online quarterly features a mix of original perspectives and research articles by science and diplomacy practitioners and thinkers from US and international perspectives in areas of science for diplomacy, science in diplomacy, and diplomacy for science. Science & Diplomacy strives to be a resource for foreign policy makers and analysts, scientists and research administrators, and educators and students.

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The magazine is published by the Center for Science Diplomacy of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world's largest general scientific society. AAAS' chief international officer, Vaughan Turekian, is the editor-in-chief and bridges columnist Norman Neureiter is the chair of the Senior Advisory Board.

Science & Diplomacy welcomes letters and submissions for publication. To access its inaugural issue and for further information, please visit: