Monday October 02

The October 2017 issue of World Politics is now available online and will be free for the next few weeks.
World Politics journal

Monday August 28

Several articles that were published in World Politics, the internationally renowned quarterly journal of political science, have won distinguished awards, which will be announced at the upcoming American Political Science Association (APSA) conference.
World Politics graphic

Wednesday August 02

The most cited articles from volume 69 (2016) of World Politics are available for free download for a limited time.

Thursday July 06

Tory Truex, World Politics associate editor and assistant professor of politics and public affairs at Princeton, has received the 2017 Leon Epstein Outstanding Book Award.

Tuesday June 20

World Politics, the internationally renowned quarterly journal of political science, has been ranked first among its peers by the Thomson/Reuters Journal Citation Reports.
Antoinette Handley, this year's World Politics Fellow.

Wednesday April 26

World Politics Fellow Antoinette Handley, who is visiting PIIRS this year from the University of Toronto, will deliver a talk today, April 26, on how businesses in Africa react in times of crises. The event will be held at 4:30 to 6 p.m. in 127 Corwin Hall and will be followed by a reception.

Monday March 20

A blog, written by World Politics' authors, Knutsen, Nygard and Wig, complements their January entry in the journal.

Thursday March 09

New World Politics' articles are now available online.
Antoinette Handley

Wednesday September 14

Antoinette Handley has been named World Politics Visiting Fellow for the academic year 2016-2017. While at Princeton, she will be working on a new project: attempting to develop a political economy account of state formation in Africa.

Friday September 02

“Subnationalism and Social Development: A Comparative Analysis of Indian States,” World Politics vol. 67, no. 3 (July 2015), by Prerna Singh, has won the APSA 2016 Comparative Politics section’s Luebbert award and the Politics and History section's Mary Parker Follet Prize.