European Review of International Studies (ERIS) seeks to be a journal to which those who wish to know what is happening in ‘European’ International Studies can turn. It aims to achieve this goal by publishing research articles. To the same end the journal contains an extensive review section of monographs published in European languages and review articles of the literature on substantive themes or significant developments in different European academic communities.
European Review of International Studies (ERIS) aims: (1) to reflect European specificities and approaches, (2) to be an outlet in English in particular for English-language and non-English language authors, (3) to make the Anglophone world aware of research in other languages, (4) to encourage transdisciplinarity across the social sciences and humanities among those concerned with international studies broadly defined, and (5) to be eclectic in terms of concept, method and approach while retaining rigorous international academic standards.
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Founder and Honorary President: John Groom (Emeritus Professor of International Relations, University of Kent, UK)
Joint Editors-in-Chief: Christopher Hill (SAIS Europe Bologna, Italy and University of Cambridge, UK); Christian Lequesne, (CERI-Sciences Po Paris, France)
Managing Editor: Simon Bransden,
Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
Assistant Review Editor: Colombe Camus,
Sciences Po, Paris, France
Editorial Board: Mathias Albert (University of Bielefeld, Germany); David Bates (Canterbury Christ Church University, UK); Simon Bransden (Canterbury Christ Church University, UK); Thierry Braspenning-Balzacq (Sciences Po Paris, France); Frédéric Charillon (Sciences Po Paris, France); Elise Féron (Tampere Peace Research Institute, Finland); Soeren Keil (Canterbury Christ Church University, UK); Sarah Lieberman (Canterbury Christ Church University, UK); Alice Pannier (Johns Hopkins University, USA); Karolina Pomorska (Leiden University, The Netherlands); Valérie Rosoux (UCLouvain, Belgium); Caroline Soper (Chatham House, UK); Elżbieta Stadtmüller (University of Wrocław, Poland)
Scientific Board Chair: Bertrand Badie (Sciences Po Paris, France)
Scientific Board: Fulvio Attinà (University of Catania, Italy); Mustafa Aydin (International Relations Council of Turkey); Kanti Bajpai (National University of Singapore); Esther Barbé (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain); Salma Bava (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India); Walter Carlsnaes (University of Uppsala, Sweden); Philip G. Cerny (University of Manchester, UK); Navnita Chadha Behera (University of Delhi, India); Aurélien Colson (ESSEC, France); Oriol Costa (Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain); Michael Cox (LSE, UK); Guillaume Devin (Sciences Po Paris, France); Michel Foucher (Ecole Normale Supérieure, France); Gustaaf Geeraerts (Fudan University, China); Lyubov Grigorova-Mincheva (University of Sofia, Bulgaria); Gunther Hellmann (University of Frankfurt, German); Jolyon Howorth (Yale University, USA); Andrew Hurrell (University of Oxford, UK); Takashi Inoguchi (University of Nigata Prefecture, Japan); Knud Erik Jørgensen (University of Aarhus, Denmark); Bahgat Korany (University of Montreal, Canada); Sule Kut (Okan University, Turkey); Richard Ned Lebow (King's College London, UK); Andrew Linklater (Aberystwyth University, UK); Tiang Hong Luo (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China); Richard Mansbach (Iowa State University, USA); Chung-in Moon (Yonsei University, South Korea); Harald Müller (University of Oxford, UK); Iver Neumann (Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway); Gianfranco Pasquino (University of Bologna, Italy); Frédéric Ramel (Sciences Po Paris, France); Robert Reinalda (Radboud University, The Netherlands); Helena Rytövuori-Apunen (University of Tampere, Finland); Vivien Schmidt (Boston University, USA); Jan Aart Scholte (University of Gothenburg, Sweden); Matthias Schulz (Université de Genève, Switzerland); Lourdes Sola (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Etel Solingen (University of California Irvine, USA); Georges-Henri Soutou (Université Paris-Sorbonne, France); Mario Telo (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium); Arlene Tickner (Universidad del Rosario Bogotá, Colombia); Teija Tiilikainen (Hybrid CoE, Finland); Ilter Turan (Bilgi University, Turkey); Thomas Volgy (University of Arizona, USA); Andrew Williams (University of St Andrews, UK)