This quarter, the Strategic Trade Research Institute, which publishes the journal, The Strategic Trade Review, will launch The Supply Side— a new initiative that aims to promote relevant, timely, and expert analyses and commentary at the intersection of trade, finance, and international security. We believe that at this intersection there is a significant and growing gap between government, research, and private industry. Our new initiative aims to address this gap and we need your help!

Beginning this month, The Supply Side will accept submissions for publication on its new platform. We are asking industry experts, researchers, and government officials to contribute short analysis or commentary to this new initiative. For the inaugural roll-out of the website, we are open to all topics, but are particularly interested in those relating to the consequences of the U.S. withdraw from the Iran deal, the impacts of continued nuclear negotiations with North Korea, and the implications of looming trade wars for strategic trade controls. We intend to publish two general types of articles: analyses and commentary.

If you are interested in writing for The Supply Side, I encourage you to take a look at our submissions guidelines, and please let me know if you would like to contribute to our inaugural issue. We are also interested in regular contributors, for those interested.