Journal of Public and International Affairs
Increasing military and economic cooperation between Russia and China has led some to believe that America's two primary adversaries are joining...
The following paper studies three main questions: First, What is the association between increasing concentration and labor and profit shares? Second...
Pirates, Boat People, and Bystanders: Contradictions at the Marine Bedrock of the International Human Rights RegimeThis paper explores the high seas as a critical space for the formulation and development of international human rights law in two inter-related...
This article explores what impact terrorist blacklists have on negotiated solutions to armed conflicts involving listed non-state armed groups. Even...
The Eviction Lab’s recently released dataset of evictions in the United States provides rich opportunities for exploring the effect of state and...
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The Journal of Public and International Affairs (JPIA) is the premier student-run journal of policy studies, both foreign and domestic. JPIA is a joint publication of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. Since 1990, the Journal has published scholarly articles on a diverse range of subjects, covering the areas of international affairs, international development, domestic (U.S.) policy, and economic policy.
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In 2019, for the 30th edition, we are pleased to publish the first fully digital edition of JPIA. All pieces in the 2019 journal can be viewed on our Current Issue tab. Previous editions can be found on the archives section of our website and in print at APSIA member institutions. Please bear with us as we continue to improve upon the website and migrate content from past issues to the online platform.