International Relations Review Publishes First Working Papers from IR Master's Students

Aug. 24, 2016

IR Review Publishes 1st Working Papers
Papers are selected through a competitive, blind review process

The Webster International Relations Review: The Graduate Student Working Paper Series (WIRR) has just published its first two working papers: Kevin G. Burt’s “Fulfilling President John F. Kennedy’s Vision for the Peace Corps” and Gregory Warner’s “Cold Peace: Non-governmental Organizations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization: Contributing Forces in the 2014 Ukrainian Crisis.” 

WIRR showcases the best research papers from Master of Arts and Global Master of Arts students in international relations. Chosen through a competitive blind review process, these working papers reflect the breadth of the international relations discipline and its key subfields. 

Papers are selected for their innovative content, analytical rigor, and contribution to the scholarly literature.  This high-quality learning experience reflects Webster’s commitment to global education and the robust exchange of ideas across its worldwide campus network. 

The working papers can be accessed at no charge at

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