The five journals of the PSA offer a forum for scholarship and debate. Published by SAGE from 1 January 2016, the journals make leading research available to international scholars in thousands of libraries worldwide. 

BJPIR publishes topical, scholarly work on the major political issues affecting Britain's relationship with the rest of the world.

Political Studies has been a leading international journal for sixty years, publishing academically rigorous and original work in all fields of politics and international relations. 

Political Studies Review provides unrivalled review coverage of new books and literature on political science in a timely and comprehensive way. PSR showcases a range of approaches to review and debate in the discipline. 

Politics disseminates timely, research-led reflections on the state of the art, the state of the world and the state of disciplinary pedagogy. Politics welcome the following articles from politics and international studies scholars at all stages of their careers: research in progress; research-led reflections on contemporary events; and theoretically informed reflections on learning and teaching. The Politics Blog is free to access and can be found here.

Political Insight is the PSA's full-colour magazine, publishing academically rigorous content in an accessible way for a wide global audience of lecturers, students, teachers and policymakers. 

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The PSA Blog provides a platform for experts to communicate ideas, research and views on a range of topical issues. Access the blog for free here.

The Politics Blog highlights key articles from the journal and brings you editorial news. Access the blog for free here.