New for 2015 – The Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs
Founded in 2006 by the late Dr. David Kimche, The Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs is the flagship publication of the Israel Council on Foreign Relations (ICFR), which is an independent and non-partisan body that operates under the auspices of the World Jewish Congress. Through the publication of its interdisciplinary journal, the ICFR aspires to stimulate high-level analysis and debate of international affairs, particularly, though not exclusively, regarding Israel, the Middle East and Jewish affairs.
Read the first issue published by Routledge for free now.
To help you learn more about Commonwealth issues around the globe, read the articles on Commonwealth countries across various subject disciplines, such as Politics, Literature, Area Studies and Geography, as well as providing a section specifically on youth and the Commonwealth.
Click here to read Commonwealth Collection for free.
The European Union: Crisis and Reform Free VSI
The Journal of European Integration offer sixteen free articles on the topic of crisis and reform in the EU. In recent years, the JEI has gone from strength to strength, publishing cutting-edge research on a range of issues within the expanding field of European integration studies. JEI’s success in establishing itself among the leading journals in the field was recently recognised by its inclusion in the Social Sciences Citation Index®, and Impact Factor data will be available from June 2015.
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Special Issue: Gender and Political Psychology
Politics, Groups, and Identities’ current issue explores gender and political psychology and is free to read in its entirety until the end of April. This issue uncovers differences between men and women, in terms of race, class, partisanship and other politically relevant characteristics.
Enjoy free access to the Special Issue now.