The Cambridge Review of International Affairs
New editors Lucia Linares and Lucas de Oliveira Paes share their vision for the journal's future
Throughout its three decades of service, The Cambridge Review International Affairs (CRIA) has always been a pluralistic academic outlet for novel ideas and research, promoting debate on international affairs across the social sciences – including international studies, international relations, international history, international law, and international political economy – and between scholars and policymakers.
As of 2019, the Editorial team at CRIA is pleased to announce the launch of a new partnership with the Historical International Relations Section (HIST) of the International Studies Association (ISA). Our Editorial Team believes that CRIA is in a unique position to provide a platform for Historical IR, which at present lacks a representative home, while still maintaining the pluralistic ethos of the journal. This axis of cooperation places CRIA in a privileged place in the historical turn, and we will seek to attract submissions from contributors from around the world, especially the Global South. We are certain that the academic community will always find in CRIA a forum for a truly global pluralistic dialogue and now also a refence point for historical world politics and international affairs.
At CRIA we continue to encourage not only the submission of unpublished original manuscripts, but also the submission of articles from panels, workshops, and conferences for joint publication as part of our thematic sections. CRIA also provides a forum for academic journalism and scholarly debates through our blog In the Long Run. To contribute to our online content, please contact the Editors-in-Chief.