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The Center for International Relations and International Security publishes a journal at least once yearly. The journal is peer-reviewed, and researchers are free to submit their work to be published regardless of membership status. 

The Panoply Journal prides itself on publishing articles about international relations and international security from students and professionals worldwide. The word "panoply" comes from the Greek "πανοπλία" and refers to the full armor of the hoplite soldier in ancient Greek times. Students of international relations will most likely have stumbled on the word in the History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides.

The Panoply Journal is published at the Library of Congress under ISSN: 2766-2594 and is accessible for free and can be downloaded and shared from our website.

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  • 01/30/2024

    Call for papers 2024

    The Center for International Relations and International Security (CIRIS) is excited to announce the Call for Papers for the 2024 edition of the Panoply Journal. As a leading platform dedicated to illuminating the complexities of global diplomacy and security, we invite scholars, researchers, and practitioners to contribute their insightful analyses and perspectives.

    Theme for 2024: "Navigating New Frontiers and old legacies in Global Relations"

  • 10/22/2023

    Call for papers closed

    The call for papers for the 2023 journal edition was closed on the 1st of October.

Current Issue

Volume 5Panoply Journal

Published 21 April 2024

Panoply Journal Volume 5, 2024

Issue description

Welcome to the ongoing edition of Panoply Journal, presented by the Center for International Relations and International Security (CIRIS). Embracing our theme, "Navigating New Frontiers and Old Legacies in Global Relations," we invite scholars, researchers, st ... See the full issue