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International Interactions
Int Interact

ISSN (printed): 0305-0629. ISSN (electronic): 1547-7444.

International Interactions is a leading interdisciplinary journal that publishes original empirical, analytic and theoretical research in international relations. Focusing on analysis of matters of immediate relevance in today's world, International Interactions addresses a diverse array of topics within the field of international relations, providing balanced coverage of the discipline's three main areas of study: War and conflict resolution; International political economy; Foreign policy. The journal has a particular interest in research that focuses upon the broad range of relations and interactions among the actors in the global system. Long known as a premier source for research on international political economy, the journal also seeks to provide expansive coverage of issues relating to conflict resolution and foreign policy. International Interactions aims, above all, to cover issues that are of current interest and importance. Relevant topics include ethnic and religious conflict, economic development, regional integration, globalization, terrorism and anti-terrorism, democratization and political regime change. The journal aims to promote interaction among social science disciplines by encouraging interdisciplinary work among political scientists, economists, sociologists, anthropologists, statisticians, and mathematicians. As a forum for academics, and members of business and government, International Interactions strives to introduce and disseminate innovative ideas and findings that influence academia and enhance peace development. The Institute of Scientific Information Journal Citations Report for 2002 ranks International Interactions 21st out of 53 journals in International Relations (Social Science), with an impact factor of 0.567.

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