O
O
I
R

Review of International Studies



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

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Founded in: 1975
URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/review-of-international-studies
Twitter: @RISjnl
Rank:
• 20/91 in International Relations (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Political Science

Authors per paper:
     Average: 1.4
     Median: 2
References per paper:
     Average: 43
     Median: 35

Journal Interlinkages
Click on a bar to go to the relevant journal page.
Latest papers

Military refusers and the invocation of conscience: Relational subjectivities and the legitimation of liberal war
Review of International Studies 2019-03-28

Pragmatism, practices, and human rights
Review of International Studies 2019-03-27

Norm entrepreneurship and diffusion ‘from below’ in international organisations: How the competent performance of vulnerability generates benefits for small states
Review of International Studies 2019-03-22

Institutional sources of legitimacy for international organisations: Beyond procedure versus performance
Review of International Studies 2019-03-21

Revising order or challenging the balance of military power? An alternative typology of revisionist and status-quo states
Review of International Studies 2019-03-19

Human rights in territorial peace agreements
Review of International Studies 2019-03-15

The variety of institutionalised inequalities: Stratificatory interlinkages in interwar international society
Review of International Studies 2019-03-15

Reading bedtime stories to compatriots: Reconciling global equality of opportunity and self-determination
Review of International Studies 2019-02-13

Xiism as a hegemonic project in the making: Sino-communist ideology and the political economy of China’s rise
Review of International Studies 2019-01-30

Saving ourselves? On rescue and humanitarian action
Review of International Studies 2019-01-29

Coercion and third-party mediation of identity-based conflict
Review of International Studies 2019-01-29

Bottom-up change in frozen conflicts: Transnational struggles and mechanisms of recognition in Western Sahara
Review of International Studies 2019-01-25

Counter-revolution as international phenomenon: the case of Egypt
Review of International Studies 2019-01-25

Global inequality and the Trump administration
Review of International Studies 2019-01-02

The changing practices of frontline diplomacy: New directions for inquiry
Review of International Studies 2018-12-21

Impactful papers (6 months)

Cited Half-Life

Cited publication years:

Cited median publication year:
2011