Submission Guidelines

NOTES:

Please submit your article to jdr_editor@diplomasiarastirmalari.org.tr

  • Articles and book reviews submitted to JDR should comply with APA 6 submission guidelines. Endnote or Mendeley APA 6th applications are suitable with the submission guidelines of the JDR. Detailed information on our journal listed below.
  • The main text should include the following format: 1.5 line spacing, Times New Roman with 11 type size.
  • Information on the type of the submitted work and the word count should be stated at the top left corner of the main text.
  • Word counting includes bibliography and appendix: Number of words for submissions are as follows: original/research article 6.000-10.000, review article, 5.000-8.000, case studies 5.000-8.000, methodological studies 6.000-10.000, book reviews 2.000-4.000.
  • Each paper must include 150 words English and Turkish written abstract and 750 words extended English summary if the paper was written in Turkish language.
  • References

Authors should comply with the draft of American Psychological Association (APA) publication guideline. Link for APA guideline: www.apastyle.org

  • Bibliography

Bibliography should include all the sources referenced to in the text. Journal and book titles should be in italic font. Bibliography should be in alphabetical order by author’s surname. If reference is given to the same author’s different works, a chronological order (most recent work first) should be followed. Page numbers should be provided for periodicals and chapters in edited books.

PUBLICATION TYPE CITATION

  1. Book

One author

Bibliography:  

Robertson, J. (2016). Diplomatic style and foreign policy: A case study of South Korea. Routledge.

in text citation:

(Robertson, 2016:122)

Double Author

Bibliography:

Weiss, T. G., & Thakur, R. (2010). Global governance and the UN: an unfinished journey. Indiana University Press.

in text citation:

(Weiss & Thakur, 2016:135)

  1. Book – editor

Bibliography:

Cooper, A. F., Heine, J., & Thakur, R.C, (Eds.). (2013). The Oxford handbook of modern diplomacy. Oxford University Press.

in text citation:

(Cooper, Heine & Thakur, 2013:145)

Second and subsequent citation

(Cooper et al, 2013)

  1. Chapter in an edited book

Bibliography:

Cooper, A. F. (2016). The changing nature of diplomacy. In A. F. Cooper, J. Heine, & R. C. Thakur (Eds) The Oxford handbook of modern diplomacy, Oxford University Press, p. 35-53

in text citation:

(Cooper, 2016: 41)

  1. Serial / journal article (one author)

Bibliography:

Putnam, R. D. (1988). Diplomacy and domestic politics: the logic of two-level games. International organization42(3), 427-460.

in text citation:

(Putnam, 1988: 450)

  1. Serial / journal article – more than one author (print)

Bibliography:

Vasquez, J. A., Diehl, P. F., Flint, C., Scheffran, J., Chi, S. H., & Rider, T. J. (2011). The Conflict Space of cataclysm: The international system and the spread of war 1914–1917. Foreign Policy Analysis7(2), 143-168.

in text citation:

(Vasquez et al, 2011: 151)

  1. Theses

Bibliography:

Guilland, R. (2003), Dynamics of Conflict Resolution in Sri Lanka, (Master’s Thesis), John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University, Retrieved from https://scholarship.shu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1820&context=dissertations

in text citation:

(Guilland, 2003:45)

  1. Conference Paper

Bibliography:

Naray, O. (2008). Commercial diplomacy: A conceptual overview. In 7th World Conference of TPOs, The Hague, The Netherlands.

in text citation:

(Narray, 2008)

  1. Reports and Official Documents

Bibliography:

Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (2017, November), Sur le mouvement des navires a travers les detroits turcs, annual report, retrieved from http://www.mfa.gov.tr/site_media/html/montro-bogazlar-raporu-2017.pdf

in text citation:

First Citation

(Ministry of Foreign Affairs [MFA], 2017)

Second and Subsequent

(MFA, 2017)

  1. Newspaper article

Bibliography:

Mazzei, P. & Montague Z., (2019, May 9) Venezuelan Embassy’s Power Cut Off in Tense Washington Standoff, The New York Times, p.4

in text citation:

(Mazzei & Montague, 2019)

  1. Newspaper article (no author)

Bibliography:

Bahrain says no interruption to diplomatic ties with Syria (2018, December 28). Reuters, retrieved from https://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-syria-bahrain/bahrain-says-no-interruption-to-diplomatic-ties-with-syria-iduskcn1or0fi

in text citation:

(“Bahrain says no interruption”, 2018).

  1. Internet – Organisation / Corporate author

Bibliography:

North Atlantic Treaty Organization. (2019), What is NATO?, retrieved from https://www.nato.int/nato-welcome/index.html

in text citation:

First time citation: (North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO], 2019)

Second and subsequent citation (NATO, 2019)