Taylor & Francis

Comparative Strategy

(ISSN 1521-0448)

Aims and scope

Comparative Strategy draws on historical perspectives and strategic insights from leading international defense analysts and subject-matter experts to provide a framework for considering the critical security issues of today and tomorrow. The journal strives to revitalize the thinking behind basic assumptions within Western foreign and defense policymaking and defense-planning, believing that the dynamic changes in the world since the collapse of the Soviet Union, including Russian and Chinese expansionist military objectives and the rise of new, potentially hostile and dangerous regional state and non-state powers are transforming the strategic landscape.

The journal regularly features:

Timely commentary by leading U.S. and foreign policymakers, defense specialists, and security analysts

Special issues on key topics such as "Ballistic Missile Defense: New Requirements for a New Century," "Nuclear Weapons in South Asia," “The Future of Russia," and "Intelligence Reform"

Texts of the latest U.S. government, foreign, and NATO documentation on major defense issues, particularly with regard to proliferation and counter-proliferation policies

Significant speeches and expert testimony before Congress

Peer Review Policy: All papers in this journal have undergone editorial screening and peer review.

Publication office: Taylor & Francis Inc., 530 Walnut Street, Suite 850, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Readership: Professional analysts of foreign and defense policy; the defense industry; and academics and students in the fields of international relations, military science, and military history.

Authors can choose to publish gold open access in this journal.

Read the Instructions for Authors for information on how to submit your article.


40 punktów

Dyscypliny naukowe:

  • nauki o bezpieczeństwie
  • nauki o polityce i administracji
  • stosunki międzynaropdowe