For seventy years, International Organization (IO) has been at the forefront of scholarship in international relations. To honor the 70th anniversary of the journal, we asked each of the previous academic editors of IO to reflect on their time as editor and chose a few papers they were proud to have published. I am thrilled (and extremely thankful) that each of the former editors agreed to the task. Their selections will be rolled out in the coming weeks here on our Cambridge University Press web page. Each paper will be available for free for 2 weeks until the selections are revealed. I want to thank each of the editors for taking the time out of their schedules to do this. I hope they have had as much fun choosing these articles as I have had reading their thoughts on editing the journal and on changes in the field of international relations. I very much hope you will enjoy them as well.
Jon C.W. Pevehouse