Instructions for manuscript preparation and submission

Articles submitted to I&S issue should be no longer than 30 double-spaced pages, including endnotes, or no more than 8,000 words overall, accompanied by a cover letter giving the paper’s title and the name, mailing address, e-mail address, and telephone number of the corresponding author. Submissions should include an abstract of approximately 200 words, 10-12 keywords, and a brief statement summarizing the author’s present affiliation, publishing career, and research interests. DO NOT reveal authors’ identity through references in the text or in any other way.

Use endnotes numbered consecutively as referenced in the text. Endnotes should follow The Chicago Manual of Style. Simple examples:

Book:       1.  Carl von Clausewitz, On War, ed. Anatol Rapoport (London: Penguin Books, 1968), 164-67.

Article:    2.  William Owens, “The Emerging System of Systems,” Military Review 75:3 (May-June 1995): 15-19.

Chapter:  3.  David Alberts, “The Future of Command and Control with DBK,” in Dominant Battlespace Knowledge, ed. Stuart E. Johnson and Martin C. Libicki (Washington. D.C.: National Defense University, 1996), 67-88.

Subsequent shortened citations should read as follows:

            1. Clausewitz, On War, 31.

            2. Owens, “System of Systems,” 17.

            3. Alberts, “Future of C2,” in DBK, 73