About the Journal

Globalization and international relations are inextricably linked, with globalization acting as a driving factor, changing the character and dynamics of international relations. The growing interconnection has far-reaching implications for economic, political, and cultural issues of international relations, influencing how states and non-state actors interact on a global scale. Globalization and International Relations (GIR) aims to be a refereed journal publishing original academic research examining contemporary phenomena on economic, political, cultural issues that are significant in globalization and international relations.

GIR  invites innovative research and opinion papers on International Relations topics. Theme and approach may vary and include (but not limited to) the following topics:

1. International Cooperation

2. Economic Interdependence

3. Political Cooperation and Conflict

4. Cultural Exchange and Identity

5. Security Challenges

6. Environmental Issues

7. Human Rights and Social Justice

8. Technological Advancements

9. Global Governance

10. Other topics related to globalization in international relations