The Cambridge Review of International Affairs is a peer-reviewed journal, publishing innovative scholarship on international affairs, particularly in the fields of international studies, international relations, international law and international political economy. It is committed to a diversity of approach and method and encourages the submission of multi- and interdisciplinary contributions from academics and policymakers.
CRIA is edited in the Centre of International Studies at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge and published four times a year by Routledge, Taylor and Francis.
Scholarly debate is promoted through CRIA's signature thematic sections of four or five articles debating theoretical, empirical and/or methodological questions, as well as in its book review forums and responses. The journal also carries one special issue each year. The submission of articles from panels, workshops, and conferences for joint publication is encouraged.
We also host academic journalism, including reportage on events in Cambridge, commentaries on current affairs, and scholarly debates on our blog, CRIAViews. To contribute to our online content, please contact the editor.