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Created in 1983, Revista CIDOB d’Afers Internacionals is a pioneering publication in Spain in the dissemination of the study of international affairs in the field of politics and social sciences. It’s a peer-reviewed scholarly journal and one of its main aims is to offer its readers an in-depth analysis of international relations and development, with collaborations by Spanish and foreign authors, both from the academic world and from the political and economic sphere. The majority are monographic issues reflecting the priority lines of study of CIDOB in the following geographic and thematic areas: Europe, Latin America, the Mediterranean and Middle East, Asia, migrations, intercultural dynamics, development, conflicts and crises, global security and Spanish foreign policy.
Coverage: 1992-2015 (No. 23/24 - No. 111)
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