Science of International Politics is devoted to international political science research, with a primary focus on international politics and international political economy.  Special attention is aimed at international security, regions on China’s periphery, international relations theory and Chinese foreign policy research.  Manuscripts from other fields are also welcome.

Science of International Politics primary emphasis is on academically oriented research, and especially welcomes manuscripts that present a clear research questions, data analysis, logical inference, and scientific experimental methods.  Our journal encourages a standardized publishing format and toward this end authors should consult the journal’s publishing and stylistic guidelines.

Manuscripts should be between 15,000-25,000 characters in length (including notes). Authors should also include an abstract of between 250-300 words and a 200 word introduction of the author’s background (including educational background, work experience, academic achievements, institutional affiliation, job title, email address, etc.).

After the manuscript is received, the journal’s editors will enlist 3 knowledgeable specialists to review the manuscript and provide feedback.  The editors will inform the author within two months if the manuscript has been accepted.  If accepted, the editors will work with the author on editing the manuscript.

Manuscript submissions should be sent electronically to; or they can be sent to the following address:


Science of International Politics

Tsinghua University

Department of International Relations

Xinzhai, Room 246

Haidian District

Beijing 100084

Chinese Economic Diplomacy is an annual publication aimed at helping Chinese and foreign government, academic and business circles to better understand developments in Chinese economic diplomacy.  The publication’s primary contents include annual economic diplomacy developments including the areas of international financial cooperation, trade in goods and services, technology trade, capital inflows, foreign investment, international aid, customs taxes and tariffs; the international market, including the international economy and trade, international capital markets, enterprise mergers, international markets for goods and services; bi-lateral and multi-lateral economic diplomacy; the Chinese economy and consumer markets; Chinese economic reform and economic and trade policy; Chinese economic law; Chinese firms challenges, frictions and conflict resolution in international markets; recent Changes in WTO regulations; Chinese firms’ international risk and economic security assessment; economic forecasts; etc.  As an annual publication Chinese Economic Diplomacy provides key information to assist governments in better formulating economic policies, businesses to better plan their strategies, and researchers to better understand the Chinese economy and its relations with the global economy.

Chinese Economic Diplomacy comprehensively introduces economic diplomacy by providing history, data, statistical analysis, as well as comprehensive and detailed assessments.  Chinese Economic Diplomacy is published annually in June by the Center for Economic Diplomacy, which is housed in the Department of International Relations.