Submission Guidelines

Thank you for considering to submit an entry to CogitAsia. We appreciate your enthusiasm and interest in adding value to our blog and the ongoing discussion around Asian affairs. The following are some guidelines to authors outside of the program who are interested in submitting an article:

1. Submissions must relate to issues that affect or influence U.S., Southeast Asian, or Asian policy and strategy.

2. Submissions should not exceed 2,000 words.

3. Authors must submit a short bio and at least two references if they are publishing for the first time.

4. The CSIS Southeast Asia Program will make a decision about publishing your submission within 7 business days after receiving it.

    Please send submissions with the subject line “CogitAsia Submission” to:

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