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Routledge Journals - SAIIA Partnership


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Routledge Journals
: 27 February, 2008  (Company News)
New Partnership between the South African Institute of International Affairs
(SAIIA) and Routledge Journals

In 2008, Routledge has become the publisher of the South African Journal of
International Affairs (SAJIA). Published since 1993, the SAJIA is a leading
South African journal providing a vibrant interdisciplinary forum for debate on
all foreign policy issues affecting Africa in general or South Africa in
particular. The SAJIA aims to publish original, analytical and timely research
with a view to offering constructive policy solutions.

The new partnership with Routledge will, by increasing the promotional and
marketing activity, allow the SAJIA to increase its international readership and
to achieve a wider distribution in Africa and across the globe. The SAJIA
targets academics, policy-makers, non-governmental organisations, corporates,
journalists and other individuals with an interest in international relations.

Adding to the Routledge agreement with the University of South Africa (UNISA)
Press concluded in 2006, this new partnership expands and strengthens the
Routledge commitment to publishing South African based journals.

Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, National Director of SAIIA and Editor-in-Chief,
commented: 'The South African Institute of International Affairs is thrilled to
be partnering with Routledge in the publication of the South African Journal of
International Affairs. We are confident this partnership will continue to ensure
the publication of quality research in the journal, especially from among
African scholars, and offer a host of benefits to both our readers and committed
contributors.'

Dr. David Green, Global Publishing Director of Routledge Journals, said: 'It is
a privilege for Routledge Journals to be awarded the publishing contract for
such a prestigious Institute. This partnership further reinforces Routledge's
position as a key international publisher of South African research and
demonstrates our commitment to publishing in this area. The partnership will
enable the Institute to extend the global reach of its flagship publication.'

About the South African Institute of International Affairs

The SAIIA is an independent, non-governmental organisation which aims to promote
a wider and more informed understanding of international issues among South
Africans. It seeks also to educate, inform and facilitate contact among people
concerned with South Africa's place in the world, and to contribute to the
public debate on foreign policy. Since 1994 SAIIA has supported democratic South
Africa in dealing with its rapidly expanding international engagements by
promoting public debate and independent policy analysis on the most pressing
issues of the day. In 2009, SAIIA will celebrate the 75th anniversary of its
founding.

About Routledge Journals

Routledge Journals is part of Taylor & Francis, an Informa business, and is one
of the world's leading publishers of academic journals. Taylor & Francis is
dedicated to the dissemination of scholarly information, drawing on expertise
developed since first publishing learned journals in 1798. Taylor & Francis now
publishes 1,250 scholarly journals, of which 340 are produced in association
with learned societies and scholarly institutions. The Company operates from a
network of 19 global offices, including Philadelphia, Oxford, Melbourne,
Stockholm, Beijing, New Delhi and Singapore.
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