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International Security publishes lucid, well-documented essays on all aspects of contemporary security issues. Its articles address traditional topics such as war and peace, as well as more recent dimensions of security, including the growing importance of enviornmental, demographic, and humanitarian issues, and the rise of global terrorist networks. International Security is one of the top journals in International Relations: the Thomson ISI Journal Citation Reports state that IS is the No. 2 most-cited publication among more than fifty international relations journals in 2008.
Stanford Law & Policy Review
The Stanford Law & Policy Review is one of the most prominent policy journals in the nation. While maintaining the standards of academic legal scholarship, SLPR attempts to inform public discourse by publishing articles that analyze the intersection of our legal system with local, state, and federal policy. Unlike other policy journals, SLPR is ideologically neutral and solicits articles from authors who represent a diversity of political viewpoints. Founded in 1989 by Stanford Law School students, SLPR has long been a forum for high-profile policymakers to publish articles on hot-button issues. Past contributors include Bill Clinton, Charles Schumer, Joseph Biden, John McCain, Charles Rangel, James Baker, and Russ Feingold.
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism
This monthly peer-reviewed journal aims to cast new light on the origins and implications of conflict in the 21st century and to illuminate new approaches and solutions to countering the growth and escalation of contemporary sub-state violence.
Intelligence and National Security
Intelligence and National Security is a bi-monthly academic journal on the role of intelligence in international relations. It examines this issue from a wide range of disciplinary approaches deployed by authors from around the world.
Terrorism and Political Violence
Terrorism and Political Violence is a quarterly journal that aims to give academic rigour to a field which hitherto has lacked it, and encourages comparative studies. In addition to focusing on the political meaning of terrorist activity, the journal publishes studies of various related forms of violence by rebels and by states, on the links between political violence and organized crime, protest, rebellion, revolution, and human rights. Symposia are a regular feature covering such subjects as: terrorism and public policy; religion and violence; political parties and terrorism; technology and terrorism; and right-wing terrorism.
Journal of Cold War Studies
The Journal of Cold War Studies features peer-reviewed articles based on archival research in the former Communist world and in Western countries. Articles in the journal use declassified materials and new memoirs to illuminate and raise questions about numerous theoretical concerns: theories of decision- making, deterrence, bureaucratic politics, institutional formation, bargaining, diplomacy, foreign policy conduct, and international relations. The journal also includes an extensive section of reviews of new books pertaining to the Cold War and international politics.
Social Research is an international quarterly of the Political and Social Sciences launched in 1934 by scholars who held the deep conviction that every true university must have its own distinct public voice. In the years since, Social Research has matured into one of the oldest and most influential journals in the United States. Papers by authors from around the globe have reached our readers in nearly 100 countries, and our audience continues to grow. Articles and complete back issues are regularly used as classroom texts across the United States. Over 250 articles from our pages have been translated or reprinted in books and journals all over the world, and our special conference issues are award winners.
Harvard National Security Journal
The Harvard National Security Journal (NSJ) is a newly-established student edited online journal dedicated to improving scholarship and discourse in the field of national security. NSJ aims to foster a dialogue with an eye toward effectively influencing policy by bringing together a diversity of perspectives and expertise in one location.
Global Change, Peace & Security
A leading refereed journal that addresses the difficult practical and theoretical questions posed by a rapidly globalising world, Global Change, Peace & Security is published three times per year with the help of La Trobe University’s New Centre for Dialogue. By focusing on the international dimension of political, economic and cultural life, it cuts across the traditional boundaries that separate states, economies and societies, as well as disciplines and ideologies.
Security Studies has firmly established itself as a leading journal on international security issues. The journal publishes theoretical, historical, and policy-oriented articles on the causes and consequences of war, and the sources and conditions of peace. The journal has published articles on balancing vs. bandwagoning, deterrence in enduring rivalries, the Domino theory, nuclear weapons proliferation, civil-military relations, political reforms in China, strategic culture in Asia and the Pacific, neorealism vs. neoliberalism on the future of NATO, Israel’s military doctrine, regional vs. universal organizations in peacekeeping, the three waves of nuclear debate, the sources and conduct of alliances, strategic bombing, violence interaction capacity, mass killings of civilians, ethnic conflicts and their resolution, epidemics and national security, democracy and foreign-policy decision making, and the future of security studies.