International Affairs (journal)
International Affairs is a peer-reviewed academic journal of international relations founded by Chatham House in 1924. It is published six times a year by Wiley-Blackwell (earlier volumes by Cambridge University Press). Its current editor is Caroline Soper. The journal is available online for subscribers via Wiley Online Library.
International Affairs has become renowned for its coverage of global policy issues and had an impact factor of 1.256 in 2011, according to Thomson Reuters' Journal Citation Reports, ranking 15th out of 80 in the world among international relations journals. The journal has also been acclaimed for its extensive book review section. Vince Cable, UK Business Secretary and former head of International Economics at Chatham House, has called International Affairs 'a journal that contributes to the foreign policy thinking within any serious political party'.
International Affairs publishes both commissioned and unsolicited articles; during its almost 90 years of publication, prominent contributors to the journal have included Robert Keohane, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Joseph Nye, Barry Buzan, Arnold J. Toynbee, Lawrence Freedman, John N. Gray, Malcolm Bradbury, Fred Halliday, Michael Quinlan, Vernon Bogdanor, Amitai Etzioni, Mary Kaldor, Mahmood Mamdani and Susan Strange.
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