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The Washington Quarterly (abbreviated as TWQ) is a magazine of international affairs covering topics and issues concerning global security, diplomatic relations, and policy implications. Founded by prestigious think tank, Center for Strategic and International Studies, TWQ is published by the George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs, in Washington, DC.[1]

The Washington Quarterly
Cover of The Washington Quarterly, volume 40, no 1.jpg
Cover of Volume 40, Issue 1.
EditorAlexander T. J. Lennon
CategoriesInternational affairs
FrequencyQuarterly
PublisherTaylor & Francis
First issue1978
CountryUnited States
Websitetwq.elliott.gwu.edu
ISSN0163-660X (print)
1530-9177 (web)
OCLC4413219

HistoryEdit

The Washington Quarterly was founded in 1978 at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, one of the top think tanks in the United States. TWQ's original publisher was Routledge.

In 2014, TWQ came under the patronage of the George Washington University, via the Elliott School of International Affairs. Concurrently, TWQ's publishing agreement with Routledge was ended and it began to be published by Taylor & Francis.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "GW's Elliott School of International Affairs New Home of The Washington Quarterly; The George Washington University".

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