Volume 20, Number 079, 2023
Latest issue: Russia and Turkey in a Changing Global Order.
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Instructions for Authors
International Relations is changing its reference style from footnote to in-text author-date system, developed by the University of Chicago. The Journal's style guideline has been changed accordingly.
All manuscripts to be submitted to the journal from July 7, 2023, on should follow the new guidelines. Manuscripts currently under review will be asked to confirm after the review process has been completed. Please refer to the Style Guidelines page for full details and examples.
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