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Review of International Studies



Lead Editor: Kimberly Hutchings

Co-editors: Mathias Albert, George Lawson and Jennifer Sterling-Folker

Published by Cambridge University Press

 The Review of International Studies| is the flagship journal of the British International Studies Association (BISA). Created in 1975 and taking its present title in 1981, the Review stands alone as a site where all parts of the discipline of International Relations can be put into conversation with each other. It has no specific theoretical orientation, methodological sensibility or substantive issue focus. Whilst this might lead to a 'ghettoisation' in which scholarship is increasingly fractured and isolated, the Review also manages to allow these disparate debates to come together in a common conversation based on highlighting creative tensions rather than seeking bland synthesis.


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