About YRIS

The Yale Review of International Studies (YRIS) is an undergraduate journal dedicated to publishing both opinion and long-form scholarship on contemporary and historical global issues. In order to address the many questions of international interest, the Yale Review of International Studies will seek to stimulate broad and multi-faceted debate on issues ranging from foreign policy to international trends in law, culture, and the environment.


Current Staff

Editor-in-Chief
Harry Seavey

Executive Editor
Gabriella Limon

Managing Editors
Elisabeth Siegel
Zeshan Gondal

Senior Editors
Muriel Wang
Yoojin Han

Editors
Henry Suckow Ziemer
Krish Desai
Juan Otoya-Vanini
Marwan Safarjalani
Michael Borger
Qusay Omran

Graphic Design

Kacey Fang
Elisabeth Siegel

Interested in joining staff? YRIS recruits new staff at the beginning of each semester. Contact yris@yira.org for more details.

Academic Advisors

Amanda Behm, Associate Director, International Security Studies, Yale University
Beverly Gage, Professor of History, Yale University
Charles Hill, Diplomat-in-Residence and Lecturer in International Studies, Yale University
Jolyon Howorth, Visiting Professor of Political Science, Yale University
Jean Krasno, Distinguished Fellow at International Security Studies, Yale University
Michelle Malvesti, Senior Fellow, Jackson Institute, Yale University
Nuno Monteiro, Associate Professor of Political Science, Yale University
Paul Kennedy, J. Richardson Dilworth Professor of History, Yale University
Ryan Crocker, Kissinger Senior Fellow, Jackson Institute, Yale University
Walter Russell Mead, James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs, Bard College

 


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YRIS is a student publication, and Yale University is not responsible for its content.