Covers all communist and post-communist states and communist movements, including domestic policies, international relations, economy, and society. Also includes comparative research on various subjects (e.g. education in China, Poland, etc.). Occasional articles in other social sciences and humanities (e.g. education, geography, religion, sociology, etc.)
(Formerly Soviet Studies) – Devoted to the political, economic, and social affairs of the former Soviet bloc countries and their history during the Soviet period. Also addresses the relationship between former Soviet countries, Central Asia, Europe, and to a limited extent China.
Features the work of prominent Western scholars on the republics of the former Soviet Union providing exclusive, up-to-the-minute analyses of the state, its economy and society, progress toward economic reform, and linkages between political and social changes and economic developments.
Features analysis and debate about the communist and post-communist world with an emphasis on thoughtful, but timely coverage of current economic, political, and international issues. Includes comparative research in a variety of disciplines from the public and private sectors.
Journal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia offers analysis of foreign policy and international security issues. Published in English by East View Information Services (E-Journal: 1996 - present; Paper: back to 1955).
Founded recently by leading Russian experts in international relations, the journal provides in-depth analysis of Russian and world policy. It is published with the participation of Foreign Affairs, a distinguished American journal. Published in Russian and English.
Journal covering past and current political, economical, social, and legal changes and developments in the Soviet Union and its successor states. Published by George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs.
Flagship journal of the International Studies Association. It seeks to publish leading scholarship that engages with significant theoretical, empirical, and normative subjects in international studies. Issues 1992 to 1 year ago available in EBSCO. Issues 1967-2013 available in JSTOR.
Provides scholarly analysis and competing democratic viewpoints. Monitors and analyzes democratic regimes and movements in scores of countries worldwide. Issues feature a unique blend of scholarly analysis, reports from democratic activists, updates on news and elections, and reviews of important recent books. 1990-present available in Project Muse.