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Join a community of international relations professionals with a passion for their profession. Collaborate in our groups, brainstorm about current world affairs and policies.

Call for papers 2020

We are currently open the submission of papers and articles for our Panoply Journal. The Panoply Journal contains articles about international relations from students and professionals worldwide. The word “panoply” comes from the Greek “πανοπλία” and refers to the full armor of the hoplite soldier in ancient Greek times. Students of international relations will most likely have stumbled on the word in the History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides.


About CIRIS

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The Center for International Relations and International Security (CIRIS) was founded by alumni of American Military University & Sigma Iotha Ro, and incorporated in 2019 in Delaware. CIRIS is a bipartisan, nonprofit research organization dedicated by providing insights, policy solutions for students, professionals and decision makers.

The mission is to do research and promote the fields of International Relations and International Security on a local and global/international level.

Foreign Policy Careers

Jobs

Join CIRIS’s Leadership Team, where you will gain opportunities to develop and exercise your leadership, management and academic skills with a dedicated and passionate team of International Relations enthusiasts. We are an equal opportunity employer. And it is one of goals to help you with your career in the field of International Relations.

We celebrate our differences and support it as it is reflection of our diverse planet and the diversity in the field of International Relations.


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