International Politics Reviews is a new journal which will complement International Politics. It will publish in-depth review articles which present authoritative and up-to-date surveys, synthesis and evaluation of the big questions and trends in the field concerning theory, world order and current debates. We seek not only to clarify major debates, but also to present new perspectives and insights, which in turn will help to shape the field in future.

International Politics Reviews seeks:

  • to be the premier source of refereed review articles and commentary in International Studies and IR;
  • to maximize the usefulness and impact of each article by innovative use of print and online display and media; and
  • to provide an unparalleled service to authors and readers.

International Politics Reviews’ content will be written by internationally renowned academics and researchers and targeted towards readers in international studies, IR, politics and the wider social sciences.

Review articles are designed to maximise the wider impact of the content. While intended to be read by academics and policymakers working in the fields above, we aim to make all our articles accessible to readers and teachers working in any social sciences discipline. Some content will be commissioned, but we also seek unsolicited submissions.

An International Politics Reviews subscription is only available with a subscription to International Politics