Dr Stuart is proud to have been Editor in Chief of the journal Space Policy from 2013-2017 and she remains on the Editorial Board. Space Policy was established in 1986 and continues to be the foremost academic double blind peer reviewed journal on the topic. The journal’s current Editor in Chief is Dr Dimitrio Stroikos and the publisher is Carrie Christensen. Potential authors are welcome to contact Dr Stuart with queries about submissions.
The information below is taken from the Elsevier Space Policy website:
Space Policy is an international, interdisciplinary journal which draws on the fields of international relations, economics, history, aerospace studies, security studies, development studies, political science and ethics to provide discussion and analysis of space activities in their political, economic, industrial, legal, cultural and social contexts.
Alongside full-length papers, which are subject to a double-blind peer review system, the journal publishes opinion pieces, case studies and short reports and, in so doing, it aims to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and opinions and a means by which authors can alert policy makers and international organizations to their views. Space Policy is also a journal of record, reproducing, in whole or part, official documents such as treaties, space agency plans or government reports relevant to the space community. Views expressed in the journal are not necessarily those of the editors or members of the editorial board.
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Dr Stuart was on the Editorial Board of the Sage journal Millennium: Journal of International Studies from 2004-2005, as well as organising the journal’s annual conference in 2004.