Contemporary Security Policy has an active Editorial Board, which reflects its aims and scope and its worldwide audience. The membership of Editorial Board is updated on an annual basis to capture emerging research agendas and to give new colleagues the opportunity to contribute to the development of the journal. I have made a number of changes to the Editorial Board.
First of all, Harald Müller and Ryan Hendrickson have decided to step down from the Editorial Board. Harald Müller published his first article with the journal in 1993 when it was still known as the Journal of Arms Control and Disarmament and he has been with Contemporary Security Policy ever since. Ryan Hendrickson likewise has been a member of the Editorial Board for more than a decade. I want to thank both for their service. Their expertise and experience as leading scholars will be missed.
It is also time to welcome new colleagues. To reflect the development of the journal, I have invited four new colleagues to join the Editorial Board. These are highly qualified scholars, from a variety of countries, who bring along exciting new expertise. Many of them are from the new generation. All of them share a commitment to high quality publishing in peer-reviewed journals. They are also dedicated in terms of policy impact and outreach.
The new colleagues on the Editorial Board are:
- Yee Kuang Heng (University of Tokyo, Japan)
- Nicole Jenne (Pontifical Catholic University, Chile)
- Elvira Rosert (University of Hamburg and Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, Germany)
- Thomas Waldman (Macquarie University, Australia)
The Editorial Board will continue to be updated in the future.
Hylke Dijkstra, Editor-in-Chief