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The Role of ECOWAS in the West African Integration Process and the Case of Mali - By Djénéba Traoré, WAI

Screen Shot 2020 10 24 at 15.51.40The Role of ECOWAS in the West African Integration Process and the Case of Mali 

By Djénéba Traoré, WAI

Essay published in The World Orders Forum (WOF)

The World Orders Forum is an online venue for academic exchange about issues relating to regional and global integration, and about global governance in general. Essays on all subjects relating to these topics are potentially acceptable for submission. This includes essays based in the various sub-fields of international studies, and in political science more generally, as well as in other academic disciplines. 

Authors who wish to submit essays to the WOF must have a PhD. (Authors enrolled in a PhD program will also be given consideration). In certain instances, the administrators of the World Government Research Network will ask individuals who have an expertise in areas which are relevant to topics of global governance, but who are not academics, to submit essays to the WOF. 

Submissions should be sent in Word format to James Thompson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Essays must be at least 1000 words long. There is no maximum word limit, and citations are optional. For the sake of formatting consistency, we ask that essays use Times New Roman, 12-point font. 

In addition to the essay itself, authors should submit a brief paragraph with pertinent biographical information. 

The maximum number of submissions allowed is one essay per month per author. 

There is not a “formal” review process for submitted essays. Website administrators will ensure that submissions accord with proper professional etiquette, and they will check to ensure that authors do indeed have PhD standing, but, aside from these restrictions, any submission that accords with the guidelines will be posted to the site. As such, the time from submission to posting should typically not be longer than one week. 

Submissions will not be covered by copyright. 

The World Government Research Network -
www.wgresearch.orgprovides an online forum for academic discussion relating to issues of regional and global integration. 

The journal has only two requirements: that the essay be at least 1000 words long, and that the author have a PhD. 

For more information about contributor guidelines, please see: https://www.wgresearch.org/wof- contributor-guidelines 

Co-conveners: 

James Thompson, Associate Professor of Political Science, Hiram College Luis Cabrera, Associate Professor of Political Science, Griffith University 

Advisory Board Chair 

Daniel H. Deudney, Associate Professor of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University 

Information provided by:

Professor James Thompson, Professor of Political Science at Hiram College, in Ohio, USA. Co-Director of the World Government Research Network -- www.wgresearch.org

WAI Fellows are strongly invited to submit contributions.

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