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Cambridge Review of International Affairs



The statistics shown below contain data since 1 November 2018.
Basic Information

Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Founded in: 1986
Homepage: https://www.tandfonline.com/to...
Twitter: @CambridgeCRIA
Association: Cambridge University, Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) (@Dept_of_POLIS)
Rank:
• 68/92 in International Relations (Web of Science 2017)
• 132/176 in Political Science (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Political Science

Authors per paper:
     Average: 2
     Median: 1
References per paper:
     Average: 68
     Median: 73

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Latest papers

Morality and progress: IR narratives on international revisionism and the status quo
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-06-22

Reconsidering lock-in effects and benefits from delegation: the African Union’s relations with its member states through a principal–agent perspective
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-06-22

Popular culture and politics: re-narrating the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands dispute
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-06-19

‘Soft power is such a benign animal’: narrative power and the reification of concepts in Japan
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-06-19

Long live pacifism! Narrative power and Japan’s pacifist model
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-06-19

Book review
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-06-12

The role of role theory in international political economy
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-05-20

Power, structural power, and American decline
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-05-16

The normative threat of subtle subversion: the return of ‘Eastern Europe’ as an ontological insecurity trope
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-05-15

Populism, ontological insecurity and Hindutva: Modi and the masculinization of Indian politics
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-05-07

Overlapping regionalism and cooperative hegemony: how China and India compete in South and Southeast Asia
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-04-23

Letter from the Editors
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-04-22

Japanese revisionists and the ‘Korea threat’: insights from ontological security
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-04-19

Explaining the European commission’s strategies in times of crisis
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-04-19

Turkey’s ambivalent self: ontological insecurity in ‘Kemalism’ versus ‘Erdoğanism’
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 2019-04-13

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Cited Half-Life

Cited publication years:

Cited median publication year:
2010