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Oxford University Press to publish journals for the International Studies Association

Oxford University Press (OUP) is delighted to announce a publishing partnership with the International Studies Association (ISA). Beginning in January 2016, OUP will publish the ISA's five academic journals.

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The International Studies Association (ISA) was founded in 1959 to promote research and education in international affairs. It is today considered the premier organization for connecting those interested in pursuing mutual interests in international studies. With over 6,400 members in 80 countries, it is an association with truly global reach. The ISA's publications bridge national and geographic boundaries to build a truly international community of scholars and practitioners.

Oxford University Press (OUP) will publish the ISA's five academic journals, which are:

  • International Studies Quarterly (ISQ)
  • International Studies Review (ISR)
  • International Studies Perspectives (ISP)
  • Foreign Policy Analysis (FPA)
  • International Political Sociology (IPS)

These journals form a comprehensive compendium of international studies, and maintain a variety of online resources for the international community.

Niko Pfund, President of Oxford University Press USA, says, "The International Studies Association plays a significant role in the intellectual life of anyone interested in how the nations of the world relate to one another, and in how extra-national forces influence world events.  At a time of particular ferment and change, whether in the Middle East, Europe, or South Asia, the publications of the ISA shed valuable light on the past and present, and instruct our perspective on the future of international relations.  As a global publisher with a strong emphasis on politics, we at Oxford University Press are simply thrilled to be joining forces with ISA.  We look forward to exploring the myriad ways in which this alliance will benefit the association's many important constituents."

OUP will publish ISA's five journals from January 2016.

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