The Jamestown Foundation is seeking writers for its China Brief, Militant Leadership Monitor and Terrorism Monitor publications. Interested writers are invited to submit proposals for articles suited to these publications. In addition to a description of a proposed article, authors are encouraged to submit a short piece of published work in English and a CV/Resume describing prior experience in the field. 

Our analysts have experience in their field and must be proficient in the use of relevant indigenous sources. 

Writing guidelines for specific publications can be found below. Prospective authors are highly encouraged to review them before submitting an article. 

Address all applications or questions to Ms. Kathryn Basinsky - pubs(at)

China Brief Writing Guidelines: Link

Eurasia Daily Monitor: 

Terrorism Monitor: 




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Nicholas Heras Cited by Bloomberg Business

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Associate Fellow Nicholas Heras' article on ethnic Turkmen in Syria was cited in a Bloomberg article on a Russian jet that was shot down by Turkey but landed in Syrian territory held by the Turkmen.

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