Ethonopolitics Journal


a peer-reviewed journal, providing access to high-quality, original research examining current issues related to ethnopolitics and self-determination from a political science and international relations perspective encouraging dialogue among and between academics and practitioners keeping researchers and analysts up to date with the latest publications in the field

ETHNOPOLITICS is published by Taylor and Francis in paper and electronic formats on a subscription-only basis. For subscription and access information, free contents alerting service and a free sample copy, please visit the Ethnopolitics page on the Taylor and Francis website.

ETHNOPOLITICS now offers early online publication via the iFirst system, ensuring research is available to the academic community in the shortest possible time. Accepted papers are copy-edited, typeset, and published initially as ‘Forthcoming Articles’ on the journal’s webpage. These ‘forthcoming articles’ are finalized in every way except that they lack the page numbering that will eventually be used in print. They can be cited by DOI® (Digital Object Identifier) – a permanent and unique number which is assigned to the paper upon its receipt into Production. When it comes time to assign the articles to issues, the iFirst files are taken down from the site and replaced with the final paginated versions.