STRATEGIC TRADE REVIEW

THE TRUSTED SOURCE FOR PEER REVIEWED RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS ON TRADE AND SECURITY
The Strategic Trade Review is the authoritative global resource for researchers, practitioners, students, policymakers, industry, and other stakeholders involved in export controls, sanctions, economic security, and other trade & security-related topics. The journal's mission is to:

1. Contribute to the definition, sound policy formation, and development of strategic trade;

2. Share and build peer reviewed knowledge, research, and best practices among strategic trade researchers and practitioners;

3. Grant access to researchers and practitioners from all over the world to the latest strategic trade research and developments;

4. Provide the opportunity for a diverse set of authors to publish their work in a prestigious international publication.


Articles from the journal are frequently cited in other peer reviewed journals, trade publications, research and industry reports, magazines, and books, and are read and applied by policymakers and the private sector.


The journal scope covers the following areas:


Export controls, sanctions, foreign direct investment (FDI) screening, economic security, multilateral regimes, emerging technologies, trade compliance, proliferation finance, proliferation networks, open source tools and techniques, visa vetting, legal instruments and frameworks, national implementation, intangible/technology transfers, transit/transshipment, implementation, risk assessment, patterns and trends, enforcement, prosecution, extraterritorial application, capacity-building outreach (strategy, methodology, lessons learned), comparative studies, historical analysis, human security/human rights-related controls, import controls, end-user/end/use control issues, control lists, definitions, secondary sanctions, jurisdiction, international cooperation, IT systems, customs and commodity identification, intelligence, regional cooperation, free trade zones, used items, corruption, trade control culture, networking in the field, industry outreach, cloud computing, comparative studies, communication;

Topics not listed can be suggested to the Editor-in-Chief.


STR is open to new, innovative, and forward-looking topics in the strategic trade field.