Welcome to JSPGA
Journal of Strategic Policy and Global Affairs is a double bind peer reviewed journal and the journal publishes research articles, refereed review essays and commentary and provocation pieces. ‘Articles’ are traditional scholarly articles. ‘Review essays’ use newly published books as the basis to thematically examine current events in Strategic Policies International Relations. We encourage theoretical contributions that strive to broaden existing perspectives and present novel theories, frameworks, models, or linkages elucidating global strategic management. We welcome studies that link strategic management with other disciplines (such as economics, political economy, history, law, psychology, sociology, geography, etc.), as long as the study’s main objective is global strategy and it has an impact on the field of strategic management as a whole. We are open to extending any theoretical foundation. We anticipate that any conceptual modelling or analytical results will explicitly take the implications of the global context into account.
We welcome all types of empirical research that examines any aspect of global strategy, including large-sample quantitative analysis, small-number comparative studies, single-case studies, simulations, etc. We also seek studies that clarify prior empirical findings and provide a more thorough explanation of the empirical linkages of well-known theoretical mechanisms, as well as studies that add to a better understanding of research methodologies in global strategy. . It promotes an interdisciplinary understanding of today’s global complexity, interconnection, and events of international/racial significance with the aim of strengthening the knowledge base from Pakistan and the Global South and North in areas relating to conventional and non-conventional security issues, international relations, political economy, defence studies, climate change, environment studies, military strategy, terrorism and counterterrorism, nuclear studies, foreign policy, and law. They are particularly relevant to Pakistan.