Submission Guidelines

Submission Guidelines

We are always on the lookout for articles and blog entries that grab our attention.

PGW is concerned with most topics relating to international politics, security, the non-profit sector, and risk management. The actual topic is completely up to you – we prefer our contributors to write about something that they enjoy and are capable of. Have a look at the blog for the kind of style we go for. Not academic – but still detailed and in-depth, with a focus on analysis not just a description of events.

In your initial email, it would be great if you could send us a little summary of who you are and a concise list of topics that you are interested in writing about. We will then be in touch to decide which topic we would like to develop further.

All submissions to PGW Global should be made electronically, in MS Word (no PDF’s), e-mailed as an attachment to Feel free to send an accompanying image with your text, if possible. Images are not to be inserted into the text but are to be sent as a separate attachment. If the image is from the internet then please send a link as well.

If chosen, your article will be looked over by one of our editorial team who will speak with you throughout the process to talk through your ideas and make recommendations for improvements.




Contributors are responsible for the factual accuracy of their work.


Unattributed use of other people’s work is unacceptable and harmful not only to the author but also to the reputation of the blog. Responsibility for any plagiarism will rest with the author.


Comments and replies will be moderated. However, feel free to report any offensive or unwarranted behaviour.

General Style Guidelines

  • Length: 1,000 – 2,000 Words
  • Hyperlink sources or footnote when necessary
  • Use a title for the topic (these may change before publication, however)



The views expressed on this blog are attributable to their individual authors writing in their personal capacity only, and not to any other author, the editors, or any other person, organisation or institution with which the author might be affiliated unless explicitly stated so.


If you have any questions about submissions then please contact us at


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