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Review – International Relations Theory: Failure or Promise?

Review – International Relations Theory: Failure or Promise?

“Special Issue of The End of International Relations Theory?” in the EJIR underpins the core idea that a redefinition of IR’s conceptual tools and frameworks is needed.

Publishing or Perishing in the 21st Century

Publishing or Perishing in the 21st Century

Everyone knows the phrase ‘publish or perish’. But, what does that mean to today’s early career academic as they try to balance their workload and plan their publications?

From Citations to Clicks

From Citations to Clicks

There’s an impression that the world of the academic is independent of the pressures of competition and marketing. That impression is wrong and proving more so every day.

Inside the Journal: The Future of Journals

Inside the Journal: The Future of Journals

CEU PSJ Editor Sergiu Gherghina looks back on his time at the journal and into the future of his journal and share his thoughts on the direction of scholarly publishing.

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