Description: A window on current trends and research in international studies worldwide, the
Review publishes analytical essays along with reviews of new books.
In its own way, each and every article will synthesize scholarship, clarify
debates, provide new perspectives on research, identify new directions for the
field, or provide new insight into scholarship in various parts of the world.
Each and every issue will engage scholars, educators, and practitioners in the
kind of assessment, dialogue, and debate that will shape the future of international
studies. Led by an editorial team of political scientists, economists, sociologists,
anthropologists and historians, the journal places a particular emphasis on
an interdisciplinary focus for the study of international relations.
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