The Yale Review of International Studies (YRIS) is an undergraduate journal that publishes interesting, diverse, and compelling scholarship on international questions broadly understood: the relations between countries, trends or challenges of transnational or global scope, and the interaction of people and ideas from different countries.

YRIS publishes four quarterly print editions: the Winter Issue, the Spring Issue, the Acheson Prize issue, and the Intercollegiate Issue. Online, YRIS publishes a weekly digest of recent international developments accompanied by a weekly analysis or opinion piece on international issues. 

Being a part of YRIS gives students the opportunity to gain valuable publication experience and learn more about international affairs. To read more about YRIS and recently published pieces, visit our website here. View our submission guidelines here.