British Scientific Journals in the Area of International Relations – 2017 Review

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The text constitutes a review of articles published in 2017 on the pages of British academicjournals dealing with international relations. The author has selected texts from issues of: “EuropeanPolitical Science Review”, “The British Journal of Politics and International Relations”,“Politics”, “Cambridge Review of International Relations” and “Political Studies.” The presentedarticles have been analyzed in the context of thematic groups such as: Brexit, elections,trust in politics, Middle East issues and others.


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JĘDROWIAK, P. (2018). British Scientific Journals in the Area of International Relations – 2017 Review. Przegląd Strategiczny, (11), 431-437.


  1. Accetti C. I., Zuckerman I. (2017), What’s Wrong with Militant Democracy?, “Political Studies”,Vol. 65/I S.
  2. Bale T., Poletti M., Webb P. (2017), “All mouth and no trousers?” How many Conservative Party members voted for UKIP in 2015 – and why did they do so?, “Politics”, Vol. 37/4.
  3. Bouris D., Kyris G. (2017), Europeanisation, Sovereignty and Contested States: The EU in northern Cyprus and Palestine, “The British Journal of Politics and International Relations”, Vol. 19/4.
  4. Dassonneville R., Hooghe M. (2017), Voter turnout decline and stratification: Quasi-experimental and comparative evidence of a growing educational gap, “Politics”, Vol. 37/2.
  5. Dee M., Smith K. E. (2017), UK diplomacy at the UN after Brexit: Challenges and Opportunities, “The British Journal of Politics and International Relations”, Vol. 19/3.
  6. Henderson A., Jeffery C., Wincott D., Wyn Jones R. (2017), How Brexit was made in England, “The British Journal of Politics and International Relations”, Vol. 19/4.
  7. Hooghe M., Verhaegen S. (2017), The effect of political trust and trust in European citizens on European identity, “European Political Science Review”, Vol. 9/2.
  8. Ide T. (2017), Terrorism in the textbook: a comparative analysis of terrorism discourses in Germany, India, Kenya and the United States based on school textbooks, “Cambridge Review of International
  9. Affairs”, Vol 30.
  10. Kudranc A., Lyons P. (2017), Parental Example as a Motivation for Turnout among Youths, “Political Studies”, Vol. 65/15.
  11. Manchanda N. (2017), Rendering Afghanistan legible: Borders, frontiers and the ‘state’ of Afghanistan, “Politics”, Vol. 37/4.
  12. Steinhard C. H. (2017), Discursive accommodation: popular protest and strategic elite communication in China, “European Political Science Review”, Vol. 9/4.
  13. Stoker G., Hay C. (2017), Understanding and Challenging Populist Negativity towards Politics: The Perspectives of British Citizens, “Political Studies”, Vol. 65/1.
  14. Voicu B., Tufis C., D. (2017), Migrating trust: contextual determinants of international migrants’ confidence in political institutions, “European Political Science Review”, Vol. 9/3.
  15. Wincott D. (2017), Brexit dilemmas: New opportunities and tough choices in unsettled times, “The British Journal of politics and International Relations”, Vol. 19/4.