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The McGill Journal of Political Studies is the journal of the Political Science Students’ Association (PSSA) of McGill University. MJPS contains two divisions: print and online. The two divisions work together to provide premier political analysis and showcase work from the best political science students at McGill University and beyond. Both divisions exceptional work produced by undergraduates across all four political science disciplines offered at McGill: international relations, comparative politics, political theory, and Canadian politics.

The print division publishes a yearly academic journal comprised of the top undergraduate papers in political science. Paper submissions are peer-reviewed and selected authors work with an undergraduate editor throughout the year to prepare their submission for publication. The print editor-in-chief for the 2019-2020 academic year is Abigail Pender.

The online division of MJPS was initially created in order to publish an online copy of the yearly print journal. It has since expanded into an autonomous wing, publishing daily political analysis for a more general audience. Through a selective application process, the MJPS recruits a team of staff writers who produce the bulk of articles across the four main sections. Contributions from outside the staff are also welcomed, including from non-McGill students. See the Contribute page for more information. The online editor-in-chief for the 2019-2020 academic year is Catharina O’Donnell.