The Wilson Journal of International Affairs is an undergraduate research journal developed and distributed by the student-run International Relations Organization (IRO) of the University of Virginia. The Wilson Journal began as an expansion of IRO's regular debate and conference activities, and is intended to provide a new outlet for scholarly work produced by the University's undergraduate community, and has recently begun accepting submissions from students at other universities. Through the Wilson Journal, undergraduate students researching international affairs have a new, focused outlet to present their work and be recognized within and beyond University grounds.
Thanks in large part to funding by the Parents Program at the University of Virginia, the Wilson Journal's first issue appeared in the spring of 2004. The Wilson Journal is currently taking steps to ensure its continued production and further expansion as it seeks to foster high quality undergraduate research in foreign affairs, and will release its next issue in the spring of 2008.
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