Cambridge Elements in International Relations publishes original research on key topics in the field. The series includes manuscripts addressing international security, international political economy, international organizations, and international relations theory. The objective is to publish cutting edge research that engages crucial topics in each of these issue areas, especially multi-method research that may yield longer studies than leading journals in the field will accommodate. Elements series are edited by leading scholars in the field of international relations. Each Element is rigorously peer-reviewed and published quickly in order to reach its audience in a timely fashion. Elements are updatable and will be published on the Cambridge Core platform. A low-priced print-on-demand option is also available.
General Editors: Tanja A. Boerzel, Centre for European Integration, Free University, Berlin; Edward Mansfield, Department of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania; Jon C. W. Pevehouse, Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Associate Editors: Jeffrey T. Checkel, European University Institute; Miles Kahler, School of International Service, American University; Sarah Kreps, Cornell University; Anna Leander, Graduate Institute Geneva, IRI, Rio de Janeiro and Copenhagen Business School; Stefanie Walter, University of Zurich
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