The Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies, and Development is a high-quality, peer-reviewed academic periodical dedicated to quantitative and qualitative research of political, legal, economic, social and cultural issues within International Relations, Peace Studies, and Development Studies. This inaugural issue focuses on an open theme exhibiting scholarly works on the role of civil society and environmental issues in international relations, the current diplomatic landscape, the war on terror and the role of information in promoting equality and democracy.
Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 1 (2022) The Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies, and Development
Making Ends Meet: Differences in Neighborhood Family Care Resources in Detroit’s Ethnic-Racial Communities in the Post-COVID Era
Anna Maria Santiago, Courtney M. Jones, Emily Cohen, Ava Fall, and Nciole Rager
‘Xi Jinping Thought’: Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems and Military Modernization with Chinese Characteristics
Aiden Warren and Alek Hillas