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Analytical Journal of The Armenian Center for National and International Studies (ACNIS)
- Submissions should include a cover letter with the title, author's name, contact information, and a short biography written in the third person.
- Article length should be between 4,000 and 5,000 words. The word count excludes cover letter.
- The use of figures that demonstrate an argument or a finding is strongly encouraged.
- Submissions should meet the following formatting requirements: program–Microsoft Word, font – Arial Unicode, font size– 2, line spacing–1, all margins– 2 cm.
- Figures (not tables) should be provided on separate file appended to the article. They should be numbered, be referred to in the text, and their position in the text should be clearly marked. Required formats for figures are JPG, PNG or TIFF in resolution 300 dpi.
- References should be only as footnotes. Footnote style requirements are as follows: Both the first and last name of authors should be presented. Italics should be used for the titles of publications (books, journals). At the end, each reference should include place, date of publication, and indication of cited pages.
The Armenian Center for National and International Studies (ACNIS) is a leading independent strategic research center located in Yerevan, Armenia. As an independent, objective institution committed to conducting professional policy research and analysis, ACNIS strives to raise the level of public debate and seeks to broaden public engagement in the public policy process, as well as fostering greater and more inclusive public knowledge. Founded in 1994, ACNIS is the institutional initiative of Raffi K. Hovannisian, Armenia’s first Minister of Foreign Affairs. Over the past fifteen years, ACNIS has acquired a prominent reputation as a primary source of professional independent research and analysis covering a wide range of national and international policy issues.
For further information on the Center call (37410) 52-87-80 or 27-48-18; fax (37410) 52-48-46; email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com; or visit www.acnis.am.