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The 25th World Congress of Political Science will take place in Brisbane, Australia, July 21st-25th, 2018. The Congress will have a rich program under the theme Borders and Margins. Keep an eye out for the call for proposals opening on 30 May 2017
Open Call for 2020 Special Issue of the Journal of Peace Research (JPR): JPR publishes annual special issues on topics of high relevance to the field of peace research, and is now soliciting proposals for the 2020 special issue. The deadline for submitting proposals is 14 May 2018.
Call for Panel and Paper themes for the Milllennium: Journal of International Studies 2018 Conference on Revolution and Resistance in World Politics: Millennium welcomes abstracts, panel proposals and proposals that break with standard academic formats to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 June 2018.
Journal of Peace Research is delighted and honoured to welcome new members to the journal’s Editorial Committee. Find out more.
New at SAGE! European View is the open access policy journal of the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies, the official think-tank of the European People’s Party. The journal provides an intellectual platform for politicians, opinion makers and academics, tackles contemporary themes of European politics, focusing on one specific theme in each issue, and includes contributions from presidents and prime ministers. Find out more.
Political Insight’s latest issue is due to publish on the 9th of March 2018.
Join Cooperation and Conflict at these panel sessions at the ISA Conference:
Friday, April 6, 10:30 AM-12:15 PM | FB74: The Micropolitics of IR: Everyday Aspects of Global Politics | Nob Hill 3, Hilton San Francisco Union Square
Friday, April 6, 1:45 PM-3:30 PM | FC74: Everyday IR: From Distant Abstractions to Situated Knowledge | Nob Hill 3, Hilton San Francisco Union Square
Friday, April 6, 8:15 AM - 10:00 AM | FA08: Processes Development Aid, Effectiveness, and Inequalities in Conflict-Affected Societies
Chaired by Henrik Urdal (Director at the Peace Research Institute Oslo), with contributions from Gudrun Østby (Editor, Journal of Peace Research) and Alex Braithwaite (Editorial Committee, Journal of Peace Research)
Friday, April 6, 8:15 AM - 10:00 AM | FA25: Food, Water, and (Ethnic) Civil Conflict
With contributions from Journal of Peace Research Editorial Committee members Ole Magnus Theisen, and Associate Editor, Halvard Buhaug.
Saturday, April 7, 8:15 AM - 10:00 AM | SA11: The intellectual legacy of Lewis F Richardson I: Models of arms races and beyond
Saturday, April 7, 13:45 - 15:30 | SC03: The intellectual legacy of Lewis F Richardson II: Power laws, entropy, and statistical tests
The full program and the papers can be downloaded here.
Visit the booth for an author meet & greet with Harry I. Chernotsky and Heidi H. Hobbs!
Thursday, April 5th 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM | CQ Press / SAGE booth
Meet the author team, enjoy complementary refreshments, T-shirt giveaway
Journal Articles of Interest
President Donald J. Trump: An agent of norm death? by Diana Panke and Ulrich Petersohn
The Cyberspace War: Propaganda and Trolling as Warfare Tools by Jessikka Aro
The elasticity of reality and British support for the war in Afghanistan by Douglas Kriner and Graham Wilson
Twitter and Facebook are not representative of the general population: Political attitudes and demographics of British social media users by Jonathan Mellon and Christopher Prosser
International Political Science Review
The International Political Science Review (IPSR) is pleased to present a special collection of articles, previously published in IPSR since 2012, on the theme of the 25th IPSA World Congress - Borders and Margins.
Millennium: Journal of International Studies
This collection of articles has been put together by the editors of volume 47 of Millennium to coincide with the 2018 Annual Millennium Conference, entitiled Revolution and Resistance in World Politics.
This Special Issue of Security Dialogue entitled ‘Militarism and security: Dialogue, possibilities and limits’ (Volume 49, Issue 1-2, February-April 2018), asks how we are to understand the relationship between security and militarism, both as analytical tools and as objects of analysis.
Journal of Peace Research
Browse Journal of Peace Research special issues, covering topics such as Socialization and Violence (September 2017), and Forecasting Peace Research (March 2017).
On the 20th anniversary of the publication of Security: A New Framework for Analysis, this Virtual Special Issue of Security Dialogue, edited and introduced by Mark B Salter, provides an opportunity for reflection and reconsideration by drawing attention to some of the interesting, provocative and innovative pieces published in the journal on security theory.
Read Political Studies’ virtual special issue on democracy and citizenship: Theory and Practice.
Journal of Peace Research
Read the March 2018 Journal of Peace Research special issue on new findings from conflict archives, guest edited by Laia Balcells and Christopher M Sullivan.
Journal of Peace Research
Read the prize-winning papers of the Journal of Peace Research 2017 article awards: The Nils Petter Gleditsch Article of the Year Award and the Best Visualization Award. Also read the Uppsala Conflict Data Program Annual Special Data Features.
Books & Reference Titles
Quantitative Research in Political Science by Robert Franzese
An Introduction to Middle East Politics by Benjamin MacQueen
International Relations since 1945 by Geir Lundestad
International Relations Theory by Luke Sloan and Anabel Quan-Haase
The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection by Uwe Flick
The SAGE Handbook of Social Media Research Methods By Luke Sloane and Anabel Quan-Haase
The Next Public Administration by B Guy Peters and Jon Pierre
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