Aim & Scope
The Journal of Global Security Studies, a new publication from the International Studies Association, launched its first issue with OUP in 2016. The journal aims to publish first-rate work addressing the variety of methodological, epistemological, theoretical, normative, and empirical concerns reflected in the field of global security studies. More importantly, it encourages dialogue, engagement, and conversation between different parts of the field.
Deborah Avant, Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Global Security Studies, explains the ways in which the field of security studies has grown as well as the mission of JoGSS.
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JoGSS Article Types
The Journal of Global Security Studies publishes four categories of peer-reviewed manuscripts:
- Research Articles: Long-form submissions that set out well-researched and fully-developed arguments and analysis on an issue related to global security.
- Review Essays: Article-length reviews of new scholarship in global security that makes novel empirical or theoretical points.
- Forums: Compilations of shorter essays arranged around theoretical or empirical questions or themes related to global security.
- Research Innovations: Short essays that provide new perspectives on research, identify new directions for the field, and/or make novel and focused contributions to empirical knowledge of significance to global security studies.
JoGSS also publishes high-quality, linked research articles as special issues.