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International relations traditionally referred to the study of foreign affairs and political interaction between states. Today, the field covers the whole complex of cultural, economic, legal, military, and political relations of all states and their component populations, as well as non-state actors and international organizations. Research and scholarship in this area has an important impact our understanding of the past and of current events. It is imperative that students, scholars and professionals stay abreast of new research, new interpretations, and new theoretical ideas. The overlapping fields of practice that come together in the study of international relations make it challenging for students, scholars and professionals to stay informed about every applicable area. The task is made more difficult because a great deal of this work has moved online with the most recent scholarship and research appearing in online databases. Rather than sifting through these ever-expanding mountains of information that may or may not yield relevant results, students and researchers alike can rely on Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations to offer a reliable, up-to-date, and authoritative guide to the best literature in the field.

 

Editor in Chief

David Armstrong

David Armstrong graduated from the London School of Economics before proceeding to the Australian National University in the 1970s to read for a PhD on Chinese foreign policy (published by California University Press in 1977 as Revolutionary Diplomacy). He has since held academic positions at Birmingham University, where he was co-founder and first Director of the Graduate School of International Studies; Durham University, where he was Research Director; and Exeter University, where he was Head of Department. He has also worked at various times for the Australian Parliament’s research service and the BBC World Service. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and was founder / editor of Diplomacy and Statecraft and editor of the Review of International Studies. He has many publications, initially on aspects of East Asian international relations and in the last twenty years on international organisation and international law.

 

 


FOUNDING EDITOR IN CHIEF

Boston University


STANDING EDITORIAL BOARD

The Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University
Boston University
Aarhus University
Keele University
University at Buffalo, State University of New York

FORMER STANDING EDITORIAL BOARD

University of Exeter
 
 

FOUNDING EDITORIAL BOARD

Florida International University
Purdue University
Texas A&M University
Bard College
Brunel University
The American University of Paris
The American University of Paris
University of British Columbia
Robert Gerald Hughes
Aberystwyth University
Boston University
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
University of St. Andrews
The London School of Economics and Political Science
Boston University
U.S. Military Academy, West Point

ARTICLES AND CONTRIBUTORS

* = recently published

Simon Payaslian
Boston University
Martin Thomas
University of Exeter
Nick Rengger
University of St. Andrews
Christopher Seely
Boston University
William Keylor
Boston University
David Atkinson
Purdue University
Cathal Nolan
Boston University
Zhiqun Zhu
Bucknell University
Debora Spini
Scuola Superiore di Studi Universitari
Christopher LaMonica
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Benita Sumita
University of Bradford
Jonathan Cristol
Bard College
Ivan Arreguín-Toft
Boston University
Steven C. Roach
University of South Florida
Andrea Ribeiro-Hoffmann
University of Erfut
Frank C. Zagare
University at Buffalo, SUNY
Christopher LaMonica
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Simon Payaslian
Boston University
Christopher Seely
Boston University
Graydon A. Tunstall
University of South Florida
Wesley Widmaier
Griffith University
Christian W. McMillen
University of Virginia
Tine Van Criekinge
London School of Economics and Political Science
Tine Van Criekinge
London School of Economics and Political Science
Jens Meierhenrich
London School of Economics and Political Science
Hall Gardner
The American University of Paris
Debora Spini
Universita degli Studi di Firenze
Antje Wiener
University of Hamburg
Loren Cass
College of the Holy Cross
Peter Hägel
The American University of Paris
Gillian Brock
University of Auckland
David Atkinson
Purdue University
Freya Baetens
Leiden Law School
David Atkinson
Purdue University
Daniel Sargent
University of California, Berkeley
Cathal Nolan
Boston University
Rory O’Connell
University of Ulster
Carl Cavanagh Hodge
University of British Columbia-Okanaqan
William J. Ashworth
University of Liverpool
Christopher Andrew
University of Cambridge
Kristian Gustafson
Brunel University Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies
Claire de Than
City University London
Manuela Moschella
University of Trento
Andrea Fracasso
University of Trento
Sophie Harman
Queen Mary University of London
Florian Hoffmann
The London School of Economics and Political Science
Hall Gardner
The American University of Paris
Valeria Bello
Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals
Andrea Ribeiro-Hoffmann
University of Erfut
Lucas G. Freire
University of Exeter
Marjo Koivisto
University of Exeter
Karen E. Smith
London School of Economics
Jonathan Cristol
Bard College
Joseph Cerami
Texas A&M University
John David Young
Texas A&M University
Nick Rengger
University of St. Andrews
Chris Marsden
University of Essex
Scott A. Silverstone
United States Military Academy, West Point
Scott A. Silverstone
United States Military Academy, West Point
Corine Wood Donnelly
Brunel University
Calin Trenkov-Wermuth
Baruch College, City University of New York
Joseph Cerami
Texas A&M University
Christopher Seely
Boston University
Jonathan Cristol
Bard College
Gareth Dale
Brunel University
Joseph Cerami
Texas A&M University
John David Young
Texas A&M University
Hurst Hannum
Tufts University
Carl Cavanagh Hodge
University of British Columbia-Okanaqan
Hall Gardner
The American University of Paris
Justin Anderson
Science Applications International Corporation
Thomas Devine
The Boeing Company
Rebecca Gibbons
Georgetown University
Linda Frey
University of Montana
Marsha Frey
Kansas State University
Anuschka Tischer
University of Riga
Erik K. Rundquist
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and America’s Security Affairs
Christian Bueger
Cardiff University
Adam R. Seipp
Texas A & M University
Ben Boulton
University of Exeter
John Heathershaw
University of Exeter
Ronald L. Tammen
Portland State University
Jacek Kugler
Claremont Graduate University
Doug Lemke
Pennsylvania State University
Scott A. Silverstone
United States Military Academy, West Point
Carol Turner
University of Bradford
Ellen Huijgh
Netherlands Institute of International Relations
Bruce Gregory
George Washington University
Jan Melissen
Netherlands Institute of International Relations
Jonathan Cristol
Bard College
Kora Andrieu
Paris IV Sorbonne University
Aidan Hehir
University of Westminster
James P. Muldoon Jr.
Michael Kort
Boston University
Adrian Ang
Florida International University
Rens van Munster
Danish Institute for International Studies
Hurst Hannum
Tufts University
Peter Hägel
The American University of Paris
Chris Bellamy
University of Greenwich
Eligar Sadeh
University of North Dakota
Lucas G. Freire
University of Exeter
Marjo Koivisto
University of Exeter
Bridget L. Coggins
Dartmouth University
Robert Gerald Hughes
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Joseph Cerami
Texas A&M University
R. Samuel Deese
Northeastern University
Hall Gardner
The American University of Paris
Avi Kober
Bar-Ilan University
Uri Bar-Joseph
Haifa University
David D. Roberts
University of Georgia
David Atkinson
Purdue University
Tine Van Criekinge
London School of Economics and Political Science
Bernard Reich
George Washington University
Sanford Silverburg
Catawba College
David Ettinger
George Washington University
Steven C. Roach
University of South Florida
Douglas Stuart
Dickinson College
Steve Phillips
Towson University
William Keylor
Boston University
Gunther Hellmann
Goethe University
Ursula Stark Urrestarazu
Goethe University
Laura Valentini
University College London
Tanja Aalberts
University Amsterdam
Aoife O’Donoghue
Durham University
Peter Hägel
The American University of Paris
Lorna McGregor
University of Essex
Nigel Rodley
University of Essex
Cathal Nolan
Boston University
Jamel Ostwald
Eastern Connecticut State University
Edward G. Lengel
University of Virginia
Didem Buhari-Gulmez
Oxford Brookes University
Gerhard L. Weinberg
University of North Carolina

FORTHCOMING ARTICLES

Agent-Structure Debate
Kevin Villanueva
University of Leeds
Stuart McAnulla
Arab Gulf Monarchies
Mohammed El-Katiri
Arms Trade
Mark Phythian
Authoritarian Regimes
Vesna Danilovic
University at Buffalo, SUNY
Balance of Power Theory
Steven Lobell
University of Utah
Bargaining Theory of War
William Reed
Katherine Sawyer
China and Japan
Shogo Suzuki
University of Manchester
China's Defense Policy
Roy Kamphausen
The National Bureau of Asian Research
Chinese International Relations Theory
Linsay Cunningham-Cross
University of Manchester
Peter Marcus Kristensen
University of Copenhagen
Classical Realism
Alexander Reichwein
Goethe University Frankfurt
Conflict and Crisis Behavior and the Prevention of War
Vesna Danilovic
University at Buffalo, SUNY
Corruption
Adam Graycar
Australian National University
Counterinsurgency and Military Strategy in the Post-911 Era
Steven Metz
U.S. Army War College
Countermeasures in International Law
Enzo Cannizzaro
Cultural Diplomacy
Patricia Goff
Wilfrid Laurier University
Cyber Warfare
Julian Richards
Democracies and World Order
Gabriela Marin Thornton
Texas A&M University
Democratic Peace Theory
Sara Mitchell
Electoral Change in Latin America
Nancy Lapp
Ethics and Morality in IR
Joseph Hoover
European Union Law
Adam Lazowski
University of Westminster
Feminist Theories of International Relations
Jill Steans
University of Birmingham
First Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895)
Stewart Lone
Australian Defence Force Academy
Foreign Policy Decisionmaking
Christopher Sprecher
French and Napoleonic Wars (1792-1815)
Michael Rapport
University of Glasgow
French Revolution (1789-1799)
Michael Rapport
University of Glasgow
From Club to Network Diplomacy
Jorge Heine
Game Theory and Interstate Conflict
Stephen Quackenbush
University of Missouri
Germany in WWII
Panikos Panayi
De Montfort
Hegemony
Carla Norrlof
Hezbollah
Mona Harb
Human Security
Neil MacFarlane
Oxford University
Idealism
Peter Wilson
Indigenous Rights
Sarah Sargent
University of Buckingham
Internal Displacement
Elizabeth Ferris
Brookings Institution
Sanjula Weerasinghe
International Law and Wars of National Liberation
Noelle Higgins
National University of Ireland, Galway
International Social Movements
Thomas Davies
Interstate Cooperation and Institutions
Duncan Snidal
Oxford
Michael Sampson
Land Reform in Latin America
Nancy Lapp
Meta-Theory
Colin Wight
Military Innovation
Andrew Ross
Military Intelligence
Robert Gerald Hughes
Aberystwyth University
Naval Power
Robert Gerald Hughes
Aberystwyth University
Neorealism
Timothy McKeown
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
New Multilateralism in the Early 21st Century
Jason Rancatore
Nigeria
Gerald McLoughlin
Blakely Educational Services
Non-State Actors
John Robert Kelley
Nuclear Proliferation
Christopher Sprecher
Post-Cold War Historical Memory in the Soviet Bloc
Julie Fedor
University of Melbourne
Resource Curse
Javier Corrales
Revolution(s) in Military Affairs
Erik Rundquist
Sanctions in International Law
Boris Kondoch
Far East University
Soft Law
Timothy Meyer
University of Georgia
Sport and International Relations
Byron Peacock
David Black
Stalinism
Julie Fedor
University of Melbourne
Strategic Studies
Larry Wortzel
Systems Theory
Benjamin Herborth
University of Groningen
Oliver Kessler
The Balkans
Janusz Bugajski
Bugajski News
The Challenge of Communism
Mark Sandle
King's University College
The Changing Nature of Diplomacy
Andrew Cooper
The Cuban Missile Crisis
Jonathan Colman
The Cultural Turn
Morten Valbjørn
The Durability of International Conflict Settlements
Stephen Quackenbush
University of Missouri
The Marxist IPE
Laura Horn
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
The US and Africa
Terrence Lyons
George Mason University
The US and Asia
Richard Ellings
The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR)
The US and the Middle East, Post-Cold War Era
Fawaz Gerges
The US-UK Special Relationship
David Dunn
University of Birmingham
The Vienna Conventions on Diplomatic and Consular Relations
Jan Wouters
KU Leuven
Sanderijn Duquet
Theory of Humanitarian Intervention
Alex Bellamy
University of Queensland
United States in WWII
Allan Millett
Vietnam War
Jonathan Colman
Women and Security
Mary Caprioli
World Economy 1919-1939
Patricia Clavin
Oxford University
World Systems Theory
Benjamin Herborth
University of Groningen
Oliver Kessler
World Trade Organization
Donna Lee
University of Kent
World War I Diplomacy and Political Relations
Holger Afflerbach
University of Leeds

GRADUATE STUDENT ARTICLE AWARD

The Oxford Bibliographies Graduate Student Article Award is an annual, invitation-only award that offers experienced doctoral candidates an opportunity to contribute to Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, to draw attention to their work, and to add a peer-reviewed publication to their CVs. Invitation is by faculty nomination only. Nominations are now being accepted.

“Graduate students are by necessity deeply and critically engaged in the literature within emerging areas of research. This knowledge puts them in an ideal position to write for Oxford Bibliographies. I am particularly excited about the potential of this award as a pathway to including articles on cutting-edge topics, and I think it is an important acknowledgement of the significant contribution graduate students routinely make to the production of new scholarship.”

--Damon Zucca, Reference and Online Publisher, Oxford University Press

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