BOOKS AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW
GUIDELINES FOR REVIEW ARTICLES
Review articles will closely examine 2-5 academic works which share a common theme and/or debate, and collectively represent an emerging dialogue. The recommended content is as follows:
1. One-third of the review should summarise the books under review.
2. Two-thirds of the review should focus on a critical evaluation and analysis of the books under review.
The reviewers' own evaluation and analysis are of particular importance. What are the books' key objectives and how effectively were they accomplished? Where can the books be located within the broader scholarly context? How sound are the adopted theories and/or methodologies? What are the implications of the books on future research in International Relations or a related discipline with an internationalapproach? Comparisons between the books under review should be made, with constructive comments about the strength and weaknesses of each book and/or the collective works more generally. The reviewer's own normative judgements and informed critiques of the books under review are encouraged. Finally, the intended audience of the reviewed books should be recommended.
The review should be no longer than 4,000 words, including footnotes.
A full explanation of style and format requirements is available here.
Please keep in mind that acceptance for publication is conditional on approval and editing by the Book Review Editors. The Book Review Editors reserve the right to ask that a book be returned if the review is considered unsatisfactory. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Millennium Book Review Editors at firstname.lastname@example.org