The War Studies website publishes research articles, commentaries, essays, and discussion papers written in Turkish and English. In line with our founding purpose, submissions should be shorter (500-2500 words) than a standard academic article, which may appeal to a broader audience. However, depending on the importance of the subject, the editors may consider publishing longer articles.

All submissions are sent to e-mail address.

APA format should be used for quotation and reference. Quotations should be given in the text, and a bibliography should be added at the end of the article. It is the authors’ own responsibility to comply with the plagiarism rules. Submissions that do not comply with this responsibility are not published on the site, and published ones are removed.

Articles that target any person or group or that contain insults, abusive words are rejected. Any sign of segregation and discrimination is considered to desk-reject of submission.

We consider that the visual material on the internet will attract the attention of the reader. Therefore, authors can send photographs or make recommendations for publishing graphic material with the article.

Further rules are unnecessary and may hinder the swift publication process, which conflicts with the founding purpose. We aim to provide up-to-date and satisfying information, analysis, and comments on war-related issues; therefore, we believe that authors should prioritize content rather than the form.