Brussels Journal of International Studies
The Brussels Journal of International Studies is the academic journal of University of Kent’s Brussels School of International Studies and is published annually on the basis of articles submitted in the previous year. The 2014 edition of the Journal will be published in 2015.
Founded in 2003, the journal provides a platform for discourse on a wide range of topics in international studies including International Relations, International Law, Conflict Analysis, Development Policy, Political Economy, European Public Policy, Political Strategy and International Migration.
The aim of the journal is to present readers with new perspectives on topics in international studies. This is achieved by publishing innovative and thought provoking articles on current topics in diverse fields.
- BJIS Complete Edition 2013.pdf
- Helena Indigne - Don't Talk to Strangers The Theory and Practice of Urban Dehuminization.pdf
- Keith Krosinsky - Sustainable Options for Alleviating Energy Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa A Theoretical Evaluation of Community-led Renewable Energy Developme.pdf
- Rachel Canclini - The FTSE4Goods Role in Infant and Young Child Nutrition A Question of Legitimacy.pdf
- Sarah Sommer - Opening Fortress Europe Constructing a new approach to EU migration policy.pdf
- Sheila Rom - Extremist Rehabilitation A Fundamental Misunderstanding.pdf