Stability is an open-access and peer-reviewed journal. It cultivates research and analysis, makes it available free of charge and without delay. Its content combines the best of academic research with insights from policy-makers and practitioners for a tangible impact.
It features research into interventions such as stabilisation, peacekeeping, state building, crime prevention, development cooperation and humanitarian assistance, addressing conflict and other forms of instability.
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Stability welcomes articles from a range of disciplines, including political science, development studies, international relations, sociology, criminology, anthropology, psychology and the law, among others. The journal focuses upon stabilisation through international missions as well as by governments within their own territories. The following topics appear relatively regularly within the pages of Stability:
Stability primarily publishes full research articles (5-7,000 words) but also features shorter “practice notes” (3-5,000 words) and “commentaries” (1-2,000 word) insofar as they are well informed, critical and contribute to knowledge and thinking at the security-development nexus. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL CALL FOR PAPERS.
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