Interdisciplinary Political Studies

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Aim and Scope

Interdisciplinary Political Studies (IdPS) aims to pursue two goals: affirming the importance of rigorous, high-quality Open Access publishing in the field of Political Studies, without imposing article processing charges to authors, and opening the fields of comparative politics and international relations to the contribution of other related disciplines. It is open to scholars studying political issues through the lens of several social science disciplines such as political science, international relations, political theory, political economy, sociology, legal studies and contemporary history. Interdisciplinary analyses are particularly welcome. It publishes two issues per year focusing on domestic and international politics.

IdPS considers the following types of submissions: Research Articles, Research Notes, Review Essays and Book Reviews. Prospective guest editors are invited to submit special issues proposals.

All papers are subject to a rigorous process of double-blind peer-review.

Indexing and abstracting

The list of indexing and abstracting services including IdPS is rapidly expanding. To date, our journal is covered by:

SCOPUS, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ); JournalTOCs; Quality Open Access Market (QOAM); Georgetown University Library; Google Scholar; Academic Journal Database; Open Access Journals Search Engine (OAJSE); Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources (ROAD)



Call for Articles for the Special Issue "Governments and parliaments facing the pandemic challenge" (Guest Editors: Enrico Borghetto and Andrea Pedrazzani)


Deadline for Abstracts: 1st August, 2022

Posted: 2022-07-20 More...

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Posted: 2022-06-17
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Vol 8, No 1 (2022): The Women, Peace and Security Agenda: Time to Gild the Cracks? Guest Editors: Clara della Valle, Elisa Piras

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Full Version Vol8 no1 Details     pdf

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Special Issue Introduction

The Women, Peace and Security Agenda: time to gild the cracks? Details     pdf
Clara della Valle, Elisa Piras 5-13


Powered by caring: daily struggles to keep the WPS Agenda alive. Interview with Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini Details     pdf
Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini, Clara della Valle, Elisa Piras 15-22

Special Issue

Women in National Security and International Humanitarian Law Compliance Details     pdf
Emily Sullivan, Robert Ulrich Nagel, Jeni Klugman 23-40

Women movements’ perspective on the WPS Agenda in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Assessing “human security” and peacebuilding Details     pdf
Silvia Cittadini, Clara della Valle 41-55

The WPS Agenda in the Eastern Mediterranean: The Cases of Greece, the Republic of Cyprus and Turkey Details     pdf
Fotini Bellou, Kalliopi Chainoglou 57-80

A Gramscian Reading of the Attack on Women’s Freedom and on their Role in Establishing Peace and Security in Illiberal Democracies Details     pdf
Sevgi Dogan 81-104

Localising WPS in the Post-Soviet Space Reconfigurations, Copy-Pasting and Conceptual Gaps Details     pdf
Henri Myrttinen 105-120

“Which women? What agenda?” Situating WPS in North Africa: the case of Tunisia Details     pdf
Clara della Valle 121-142

After the COVID inshallah. Investigating lags and challenges of WPS Agenda implementation in Morocco Details     pdf
Sara Borrillo 143-168

Local Voices in Transnational Spaces Diaspora Activists and the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda Details     pdf
Alexandra Cosima Budabin, Natalie F. Hudson 169-185

Conceptual resources for gilding the cracks. Non-essentialist vulnerability and epistemic justice Details     pdf
Elisa Piras 187-206

Research Articles

The EU-UK Trade And Cooperation Agreement. The Level Playing Field Issue Details     pdf
António Goucha Soares 207-221

Book Reviews

Gender, Protests and Political Change in Africa: Book Review Details     pdf
Mohamed Mahfouz Akadiry Nzamba 223-224

Book Review Democracy and Fake News, Information Manipulation and Post-Truth Politics, edited by Serena Giusti and Elisa Piras. New York: Routledge, 2021, pp. 232. Details     pdf
Nicolò Pennucci 225-227

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e-ISSN: 2039-8573