Politics & International Relations
We publish monographs, edited collections and a range of core and supplementary textbooks, representing cutting-edge and rigorous scholarship in some of the most exciting areas of Politics and International Relations. Our books engage with how critical and cultural approaches can shape the ways in which we understand contemporary politics and international relations. We celebrate the interdisciplinary nature of our subject areas and publish in areas at the interface of Politics and IR, Economics, Philosophy, Cultural Studies, Geography, Anthropology and Religion. Some of our bestselling titles, including Critical Perspectives on Social Media and Protest and Being Digital Citizens reflect this approach. We also maintain and publish a number of partnership series, with leading think-tanks and associations, including Policy Network and Centre for European Policy Studies working at the intersection between academic and the policy making world.