Atlantic Bulletin publishes commentaries on every aspect of Western statecraft. Although you will find that most of these commentaries have a realist or revisionist bent, it should be noted that we are committed to fostering a culture of pluralism and vigorous debate, and as such, welcome contributions from a wide range of viewpoints.
You should also be aware that the website is run on a voluntary and not-for-profit basis, which means that we are unfortunately unable to pay contributors.
Style and Content Guidelines
Most of our articles fall into 1 of 4 categories:
- Long Form (Over 2,000 words). Lengthy ‘think pieces’ with a narrative focus.
- Opinion (500-2,000 words). Shorter pieces reflecting the author’s particular—often polemical—perspective on a certain subject.
- Debate (250-1,000 words). A dialogue between two opposing viewpoints.
- Arts and Letters (500 words plus). Cultural criticism and reviews.
And we encourage prospective authors to adhere to the following rules:
- Use Microsoft Word for all submissions.
- Use the Chicago referencing style (footnotes/endnotes).
- Avoid obscure jargon.
- Do not resort to profanity, unless absolutely necessary.
Please send any ideas or finished articles to firstname.lastname@example.org