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The focus of the International Studies Review is on books and research dealing with international institutions and the foreign policies, international interactions, and international relationships of such political actors as national governments, subnational groups, and international governmental and nongovernmental organizations.
At the same time, the Review is committed to engaging the entire international studies community in a creative dialogue. Over time the essay and book reviews will give attention to such diverse topics as security studies, international regime theory, international trade and finance, comparative studies, development studies, feminist international theory, peace studies, foreign policy analysis, international organizations, international communication, intelligence studies, international law, environmental studies, as well as various types of research methodologies.
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