European Journal Of Political Theory
The European Journal of Political Theory is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes papers four times a year in the field of Politics. The journal's editors are Richard North (University of Birmingham) and Steve Buckler (University of Birmingham). It has been in publication since 2002 and is currently published by SAGE Publications.
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