Interdisciplinary Political Studies

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Aim and Scope

Interdisciplinary Political Studies (IdPS) aims to pursue two goals: affirming the importance of rigorous, high-quality Open Access publishing in the field of Political Studies, without imposing article processing charges to authors, and opening the fields of comparative politics and international relations to the contribution of other related disciplines. It is open to scholars studying political issues through the lens of several social science disciplines such as political science, international relations, political theory, political economy, sociology, legal studies and contemporary history. Interdisciplinary analyses are particularly welcome. It publishes two issues per year focusing on domestic and international politics.

IdPS considers the following types of submissions: Research Articles, Research Notes, Review Essays and Book Reviews. Prospective guest editors are invited to submit special issues proposals.

All papers are subject to a rigorous process of double-blind peer-review.

Indexing and abstracting

The list of indexing and abstracting services including IdPS is rapidly expanding. To date, our journal is covered by:

Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ); JournalTOCs; Quality Open Access Market (QOAM); Georgetown University Library; Google Scholar; Academic Journal Database; Open Access Journals Search Engine (OAJSE); Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources (ROAD)

Announcements

 

Call for Articles for the Special Issue "Turkey in 2000s: Change within Continuity, Continuity within Change" (Guest Editors: Aslı Telseren, Şirin Duygulu) --> "DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL 9 JANUARY 2020"

 
Interdisciplinary Political Studies welcomes contributions for the upcoming issue to be published in November 2020:
The deadline for the submission of both paper abstracts (1000 words) and declarations of interest to review a book is 9 January 2020.
 
Posted: 2019-12-10 More...
 

Call for book reviews - Special Issue ‘Defending Memory’: Exploring the Relationship between Mnemonical In/security and Crises in Global Politics

 

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Declaration of interest for reviewers by:
5th November 2019

First submission due: 30th March 2020

Final version due: 15th May 2020

Length of reviews: 1000-1250 words per book

Contact: editors.idps@gmail.com

 

 
Posted: 2019-10-23 More...
 
More Announcements...

Vol 5, No 2 (2019): International order and the reconfiguration of power: dynamics of change in the political economy of Russia and China

Full version


Full version Details     pdf
271-570


Cover Details     pdf
271 and 570


Index Details     pdf
273-275

Special Issue


Introduction - International Order and the Reconfiguration of Power: Dynamics of Change in the Political Economy of Russia and China Details     pdf
Rosa Mulè 277-284

Gendering the Costs of the Political Economy Transition in Russia Details     pdf
Rosa Mulè, Olga Dubrovina 285-317

Ups and Downs of NATO-Russia Relations: a Cognitivist Perspective Details     pdf
Nicolo' Fasola, Sonia Lucarelli 319-371

Different in Economics, Coordinated in Politics. Russia and China in the MENA region in the XXI century Details     pdf
Massimiliano Trentin 373-403

Political Economy of the Eurasian Integration Details     pdf
Viachaslau Yarashevich 405-442

Beyond the ‘Win-Win’ Rhetoric: Drivers and Limits of the Sino-Russian Partnership in the Arctic Details     pdf
Andrea Passeri, Antonio Fiori 443-475

Information as a Source of Pressure: Local Government and Information Management in China Details     pdf
Yongshun Cai 477-509

Research Articles


The 2012 Rebellion in North Mali: the MNLA Insurgency, Caught Between the State and the French Intervention Details     pdf
Camillo Casola 511-554

Book Reviews


Putin’s World. Russia against the West and with the Rest, by Angela Stent. New York: Hachette Book Group, 2019, pp. 433 Details     pdf
Gianmarco Hatzikos 555-558

A Wary Embrace: What the China-Russia Relationship Means for the World, by Bobo Lo. London: Penguin, 2017, pp. 224 Details     pdf
Emanuele Nebbia Colomba 559-563

What is Russia up to in the Middle East, by Dmitri Trenin, Cambridge: Polity Press, 2018, pp. 144 Details     pdf
Žilvinas Švedkauskas 565-569


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