Aims and scope

  • Publishes original writings in the fields of world politics and international strategic studies related, but not limited, to China and its foreign relations.
  • Encourages writers to provide leading-edge research findings and policy-relevant analysis.
  • Aims to serve as a bridge between China’s strategic perspectives and those of the international community.

China International Strategy Review (CISR) publishes original writings in the fields of world politics and international strategic studies related, but not limited, to China and its foreign relations. It encourages writers to provide leading-edge research findings and policy-relevant analysis. With authors of diverse national and regional backgrounds, the journal aims to serve as a bridge between China’s strategic perspectives and those of the international community. Interdisciplinary approaches are applied to make the journal intellectually rich and challenging.

CISR is run by the Institute of International and Strategic Studies (IISS), Peking University. The views published in the journal are those of the individual authors and should not be construed as representing those of the IISS. The journal’s international editorial board and rigorous peer review process should ensure that articles herein present objective, high-quality scholarship.