Indonesian Journal of International Relations (IJIR) is an Indonesian peer-reviewed journal, focusing on international relations issues both in the regional and international scope. This journal covers a wide range of topics on international relations involving Indonesia or analytical work from Indonesia’s point of view, to enrich the existing study of international relations.
IJIR aims to publish high-quality articles as academic contributions and foreign policy considerations by disseminating highly stimulated theoretical and empirical research with a transparent methodology for international readers. This peer-reviewed journal welcomes a wide variety of articles ranging from topics in diplomacy and foreign policy, strategic and international security, global political economy, international development and cooperation, and gender and environmental issues in international relations.
IJIR accepts original manuscripts in Bahasa Indonesia or English and it is a bi-annual online publication with a limited print edition.
IJIR publishes issues twice a year, ranging from September- February, and March-August of each year.
IJIR is published by and serves as the official journal of the Indonesian Association for International Relations (Asosiasi Ilmu Hubungan Internasional Indonesia/AIHII). AIHII so far (2022) consists of 73 International Relations Study Programs and epistemic communities in the International Relations sub-fields. AIHII has a mission to advance Indonesia's international relations (study and practice) one of which is by sponsoring and publishing IJIR.