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Reach more readers with International Relations journals
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Open Select gives you the option to make your paper open access in one of our 2,300+ subscription journals. Through Open Select, you have a huge choice of subjects and disciplines, so the list below is a great place to start your search and find the journal that best suits your work.
2018 Impact Factor 2.156
Third World Quarterly
Third World Quarterly (TWQ), the leading journal of scholarship and policy in the field of international studies, is at the forefront of analysis and commentary on fundamental issues of global concern.
2018 Impact Factor 1.850
Democratization is devoted to the study of the broad phenomenon of democratization – defined as the way democratic norms, institutions and practices evolve and are disseminated or retracted both within and across national and cultural boundaries.
2018 Impact Factor 1.671
Globalizations seeks to publish the best work that contributes to constructing new meanings of globalization, brings fresh ideas to the concept, broadens its scope, and has an impact upon shaping the debates and practices of the future.
2018 Impact Factor 0.656
Cambridge Review of International Affairs
The Cambridge Review of International Affairs (CRIA) is a peer-reviewed journal 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.
Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding
The Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding is a cross-disciplinary journal devoted to critical analysis of international intervention, focussing on interactions and practices that shape, influence and transform states and societies.
Peacebuilding aims to provide in-depth analyses of the ideologies, philosophies, interests, and policies that underpin programmes and initiatives designed to build peace, security, and order, and to connect with debates being held by policymakers, civil society, scholars and students.