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International Studies Association and Oxford University Press

Released on December 10, 2015

Beginning in January 2016, Oxford University Press (OUP) is the proud publisher of the prestigious International Studies Association (ISA) journals.

The International Studies Association (ISA) has been the premier organization for connecting scholars and practitioners in fields of international studies since 1959. ISA has over 6,500 members worldwide and is the most respected and widely known scholarly association dedicated to international studies.

ISA’s publications bridge national and geographic boundaries to build an international community of scholars and practitioners.

You can explore the ISA collection via the links below:

International Studies Quarterly (ISQ)
ISQ is ISA’s flagship journal. It seeks to publish leading scholarship that engages with significant theoretical, empirical, and normative subjects in the field international studies.

International Studies Review (ISR)
ISR focuses on critical engagements with the existing literature in IR and international studies, broadly defined. Formats include analytic essays, review essays, book reviews, and forums.

International Studies Perspectives (ISP)
ISP publishes articles on pedagogical analysis, how scholarship might inform policy-making, and trends in the discipline.

International Political Sociology (IPS)
IPS responds to the need for more productive collaboration among political sociologists, international relations specialists, and sociopolitical theorists. IPS is committed to geographical and cultural diversification of research beyond the usual circuits of European and North American scholarship.

Foreign Policy Analysis (FPA)
FPA provides a peer-reviewed outlet for the highest quality academic research into the processes, outcomes and theories of foreign policy.

Journal of Global Security Studies (JoGSS)
Launching its first issue in January 2016, JoGSS will publish leading scholarship from the variety of methodological, epistemological, theoretical, normative, and empirical concerns reflected in the field of global security studies–and encourage conversation among them.

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