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Call for Articles and Submission Guidelines

The South Bulletin is a fortnightly publication on issues of interest to the global South. Articles on
development and other issues concerning the South are welcome for submission. We especially
welcome articles which relate to an upcoming or recently organised event.

Guidelines for submission:

What we are looking for:

- The papers submitted should have a clear Southern Perspective. We welcome and encourage
papers that present alternatives or analytical critiques to the dominant paradigms.
- Contributions are especially welcome from Southern Authors and Friends of the South in the
- The articles should be of interest to our key audience, namely policymakers in the Capitals of the
South, and negotiators from the South based in Geneva, New York and Brussels. The articles could
be technical but should be written in an easy to understand language.

Technical Guidelines:

1. The maximum length of the article is 2000 words. A small abstract may be submitted in addition
to the article.
2. Citation should be done within the text itself (parenthetical citation) instead of footnotes or
3. Articles may be edited by South Centre for grammatical clarity and formatting for space
considerations, but critical content will not be changed
4. You may submit the articles anytime electronically as they are continuously reviewed by the
Editorial Committee to appear in the future issues of the South Bulletin.

You may submit articles to Mr. Vikas Nath, Associate Editor, South Centre at

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