Etudes Internationales

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : ETUDES INTERNATIONALES

From the Erudit website for the journal:

” Founded in 1970, Études internationales is a multidisciplinary French-language journal that deals with international relations and international development, as well as international business and commerce. It welcomes analytical articles concerning the range of social sciences interested in international problems, notably, political science, economic science, law, history, geography, sociology, anthropology and psychology. Études internationales also looks at international relations from a general perspective. It publishes works on all current, past and future aspects of the international system, relations between nations, international public and private organizations, transnational forces, world economic problems, international ideologies, countries’ foreign-policy processes and the related internal factors, and international studies theory and methodology. All manuscripts, without exception, are submitted to a reading committee before publication. Articles must clearly be of interest to readers from the standpoint of scientific analysis of international affairs; the editorial committee does not accept simple descriptions or chronological narratives. Études internationales does, however, print brief notes in which events, institutions and ideas may be analyzed from a more descriptive perspective. “

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from Erudit platform from 1970 to present.

Access Etudes internationales via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z or at this link.

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