Our rapidly growing International Relations programme brings together key authors and topical publishing for academics and students alike. Highlights of 2013 so far include a fully revised and updated new edition of Issues in 21st Century Politics and the fifth edition of Theories of International Relations. In May this year we saw the publication of a new edition of Global Political Economy, updated throughout to incorporate analysis of the financial crisis and changing global order.
Palgrave Macmillan has launched an innovative new format for scholarly research, Palgrave Pivot. Representing a radical change in scholarly publishing, Palgrave Pivot offers authors the flexibility of publishing their research at lengths between the journal article and the conventional monograph, a commitment to publish within 12 weeks, peer-review and wide dissemination.
View a full list of titles just published.
We are now accepting proposals for Palgrave Pivot, visit the Palgrave Pivot website for more information.