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EJIS Special Issue Proposals – Open Call

Deadline: 30 September 2017 The European Journal of International Security is inviting proposals for a Special Issue, to be published in Volume 4 of the journal (2019). The call is open, in the sense that we are not specifying a preferred topic or topics in security studies. However, we will favour proposals that speak to […]

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EJIS Editor-in-Chief at ISA 2017

Look out for EJIS Editor-in-Chief, Professor Tim Edmunds who will be representing EJIS in two events at ISA 2017: Launching and Managing Academic Journals, WC86: Wednesday 1:45 PM – 3:30 PM Meet the Editors, FC16: Friday 1:45 PM – 3:30 PM

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BISA Journals’ Approach to Data Access and Research Transparency

The editors of the Review of International Studies and the European Journal of International Security recognise that the discipline of Politics and International Studies is characterised by fundamentally different understandings of what it means to undertake political inquiry. For some, this involves the analysis of empirical evidence extracted from the social world. For others, it […]

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The EJIS and the Future of International Security Studies

EJIS Roundtable – 15:30-17:00, Wednesday 15th June BISA Conference, Edinburgh  The European Journal of International Security (EJIS, has launches at an exciting for international security studies. The discipline is vibrant, increasingly diverse and growing. However, it also faces challenges. These include questions over the scope and focus of the discipline itself; its relationship to international […]

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EJIS launch event

The European Journal of International Security (EJIS) is now live. The EJIS is edited by a GW4 team led from the University of Bristol, for the British International Studies Association and Cambridge University Press. To mark our first issue, we will be holding a reception with wine and nibbles at 1800 on 24 February in […]

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Spatial Practices of Postcolonial Governance Workshop

Jutta Weldes attended a workshop entitled ‘Spatial Practices of Postcolonial Governance: Inequalities, Exclusions, and Potentials’ at Cardiff University on 1-2 September 2015. The workshop was organised by Elisa-Wynne Hughes (Politics, Cardiff) and Terri-Anne Teo (Politics, Bristol). We spent two very lively days discussing excellent papers by scholars from across the UK and beyond. Grace Musila (English, […]

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Blog: EJIS at BISA

The British International Studies Association turns 40 this year, and its annual conference provided a great venue to celebrates the anniversary. The conference held in London also provided the opportunity for the EJIS team to present the journal to a larger audience and discuss the state of security studies. At two roundtables we discussed the […]

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EJIS at the 2015 BISA Conference

The EJIS Team are all looking forward at the British International Studies Association’s 40th Anniversary Conference, 16-19 June 2015 in London. The Editorial Team is organising two roundtable discussion for the conference. The first, on International Security: Theoretical and Methodological Issues will take place on Wednesday 17 June at 1530-1700. The second, on International Security: The Contemporary Agenda, on […]

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EJIS website now live!

Welcome to the website of the European Journal of International Security. For the moment, the website will function primarily as a repository of information on the journal and a gateway for the submission of papers. However, in due course, we expect to expand our online content significantly, including abstracts and short summaries of published papers, as […]

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