ISA Journal Annual Reports

All ISA journals are required to submit annual reports for review of the Governing Council. An archive of these reports, by journal, is available below.

International Studies Quarterly

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Annual Report

ISQ 2016 Annual Report1/31/2017
ISQ 2015 Annual Report1/11/2016
ISQ 2014 Annual Report12/9/2014
ISQ 2013 Annual Report11/5/2013
ISQ 2012 Annual Report3/29/2013
ISQ 2011 Annual Report4/1/2011
ISQ 2010 Annual Report4/1/2010
ISQ 2009 Annual Report4/1/2009
ISQ 2007 Annual Report4/1/2007
ISQ 2006 Annual Report4/1/2006
ISQ 2005 Annual Report4/1/2005

International Studies Review

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Annual Report

ISR 2016 Annual Report1/31/2017
ISR 2015 Annual Report3/2/2016
ISR 2014 Annual Report12/1/2014
ISR 2013 Annual Report12/16/2013

International Studies Perspectives

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Annual Report

ISP 2016 Annual Report1/31/2017
ISP 2015 Annual Report3/2/2016
ISP 2014 Annual Report2/11/2015
ISP 2013 Annual Report1/9/2014

Foreign Policy Analysis

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Annual Report

FPA 2016 Annual Report1/31/2017
FPA 2014 Annual Report1/12/2015
FPA 2013 Annual Report1/7/2014

International Political Sociology

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Annual Report

IPS 2016 Annual Report1/31/2017
IPS 2014 Annual Report1/12/2015
IPS 2013 Annual Report12/12/2013

International Interactions

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Annual Report

II 2016 Annual Report1/31/2017
II 2015 Annual Report3/2/2016
II 2014 Annual Report12/15/2014
II 2013 Annual Report11/5/2013

Journal of Global Security Studies

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Annual Report

JoGSS 2016 Annual Report1/31/2017

The Encyclopedia of International Studies [FKA the Compendium]

TitlePublished DateDownload

Annual Report

Compendium 2016 Annual Report1/31/2017
Compendium 2015 Annual Report1/31/2017

Governance & Process

Each of ISA's journals, as well as the Encyclopedia, are managed by their own editorial team. Broad governance of publications happens through the Publications Committee.

The International Studies Association

Representing over 100 countries, ISA has more than 6,500 members worldwide and is the most respected and widely known scholarly association in this field. Endeavoring to create communities of scholars dedicated to international studies, ISA is divided into 6 geographic subdivisions of ISA (Regions), 29 thematic groups (Sections) and 4 Caucuses which provide opportunities to exchange ideas and research with local colleagues and within specific subject areas.
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