Defence Strategic Communications is an international, peer-reviewed focusing on defence perspective on strategic communication. The journal is published by a NATO-accredited, multi-national organisation. Articles are written in English.
Aims and scope: “NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence is a NATO-accredited, multi-national organisation that, among other activities, conducts research, publishes studies, and provides strategic communications training for government and military personnel. To enhance this work, the NATO StratCom COE publishes an academic journal, Defence Strategic Communications. The journal is an international, peer-reviewed journal. The aim of the Journal is to serve as an academic forum where scholars and practitioners are able to share knowledge and ideas about Strategic Communications, especially from the defence perspective.”
Frequency: twice a year (Spring and autumn)
Peer reviewed: Yes
Open access: Yes
Genres: Scientific articles and essays/book reviews
Length of research articles: original manuscripts 8,000 to 10,000 words (including footnotes), essays/book reviews of 3,000 to 5,000 words
Reference style: MHRA and New Oxford Style
Book reviews: Yes
Publisher: NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence
Venue of publication: Riga
Publication level: 1 in Norway, 0 in Finland
Indexing: Google Scholar, Scientific Indexing Services, Open Academic Journals Index, The Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI) Central and Eastern European Online Library. InfoBase Index and CiteFactor.