Journal of Diplomatic Language

The Journal of Diplomatic Language is announced for September. It looks promising, but comes at a price:

bq. The JOURNAL OF DIPLOMATIC LANGUAGE, (ISSN 1550-607X) an academic journal appearing four times a year, addresses the power of language in international relations. JDL features peer-reviewed, theoretically grounded reports of research, and provides a forum for in-depth discussion of central issues in diplomatic language. Areas of interest include:
textual analysis of international instruments,
rhetoric, ambiguity, and metaphoric language,
text interpretation and translation,
documentation and archiving,
conceptual and relational analysis,
cultural, social, and historical analysis,
negotiations and travaux pr├ęparatoires,
current research methodologies, and
any other topic clearly relevant to the language of diplomacy.

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