International Politics Reviews aims to be the premier conversational forum for international relations scholars wherein pressing issues are debated and the field is dynamically shaped and expanded.
To this end, the journal is comprised of the following sections:
- Discussion Forum
- Inter-disciplinary interviews
- State of the field
These articles present authoritative and up-to-date surveys and evaluations of the big questions and trends in the field. Their focus is on innovatively synthesizing literatures and debates (within and outside of the field) that have heretofore been treated separately.
State of the field articles are subject to a blind peer-review process. All other contributions are usually reviewed by editorial board members for clarity, context and accuracy.
The journal does not accept unsolicited submissions. However, scholars are encouraged to contact the editor-in-chief if they have ideas for contributions to any of these sections. The editor-in-chief is especially committed to considering and helping to develop potential ideas from early career scholars and scholars from outside of the North American and European academies.