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Routledge International Relations

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At Routledge, our goal is to nurture the impact your research has on the world with increased discoverability and visibility for your article. Our journals portfolio of international relations research consists of notably indexed, peer-reviewed, fully open access journals and hybrid journals, where you can choose to publish open access or not. Our publications reach the academic research community, practitioner community, and beyond.

Browse our featured titles below to find the right journal for your international relations research—simply click ‘view journal’ to start reading the aims & scope, instructions for authors, and much more.

Diplomacy & Statecraft
0.264 (2020)
Publishes research on diplomatic and international history, contemporary conduct of international affairs, and reviews of recently declassified documents.
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Commonwealth & Comparative Politics
Publishes research on Commonwealth countries in the field of comparative politics and judicial studies and relevant issues in their international relations.
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Third World Quarterly
2.322 (2020)
TWQ publishes leading research in the field of international studies, examining issues, policy and development discourses that affect the Global South.
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Democratization
3.055 (2020)
Democratization promotes a better understanding of distinct phenomena, such as: transition to democracy, democratic installation, and democratic consolidation.
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If none of these titles sound perfect, browse our full International Relations collection, or try out our Journal Suggester by simply pasting in the abstract of your article and clicking ‘reveal suggested journals’.

Taylor & Francis believes that Open Research is the best way to amplify and communicate research in order to deliver change that improves lives.

We will commit to ensuring that every researcher has relevant and realistic options available to them to publish their work, so that no researcher is left without a voice, regardless of funding source.

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