The Malaysian Journal of International Relations (MJIR) is a peer-reviewed refereed journal published annually by the Department of International and Strategic Studies, University of Malaya. The MJIR welcomes original contributions related to international relations, foreign policy, diplomacy, political science, international political economy, strategic and security studies, and related fields, to be considered for publication. In particular, the journal welcomes manuscripts with a focus on international relations in the Asia-Pacific. The content of the journal currently indexed and abstracted by Malaysia Citation Centre (MyCite), Ministry of Higher Education of Malaysia.
Print ISSN: 2289-5043
Publication Types: Printed and electronic
Publisher: Published by the University of Malaya Press, and on behalf of the Department of International and Strategic Studies
Publication Frequency: One time(s) per year
For printed (hardcopy) subscription or single copies, the journal is priced at RM30 (domestic) or US$10 (international). Overseas price includes postage. For subscription please contact the Editor-in-Chief. Contributors will receive 2 complimentary copies of the journal in which his/her article appears.
The electronic version of the journal is available online. MJIR endorses the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. The Public Knowledge Project, which has designed our journal system to improve the quality of research, is committed to supporting the open access publishing of scholarly resources. Authors are required to agree with this open access policy which enables unrestricted access and reuse of all published articles. The articles are published under the Creative Commons copyright license policy CC-BY (Open Acess Policy).
SUBMISSIONS AND EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE
Please make submissions to be via our online submission website. All submissions will be acknowledged by email as soon as possible after receipt. All editorial correspondence should be addressed to: