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Nordic International Studies Association

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The British International Studies Association is an independent academic organisation which promotes the study of International Relations and related subjects through teaching, research and the facilitation of contact between scholars. It is the professional organisation for academic and practitioners of International Relations in the United Kingdom.


The Central and East European International Studies Association was founded in February 1996 by the members of the International Affairs Network and the Department of International Relations at St. Petersburg State University. The Association is envisioned to be the region's premier professional organization with a membership open to anyone interested in the field of International Affairs (broadly defined) and dedicated to the mission of the CEEISA. The Association will help rebuild the discipline of International Affairs in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) at the highest possible quality standards.


 The International Studies Association (ISA) has been the premier organization for connecting those interested in pursuing mutual interests in international studies since 1959.
Representing 80 countries, ISA has over 5,000 members worldwide and is the most respected and widely known scholarly association in this field. Endeavoring to create communities of scholars dedicated to international studies, ISA is divided into 6 geographic subdivisions of ISA (Regions) and 23 interest groups (Sections) which provide opportunities to exchange ideas and research with local colleagues and within specific subject areas.


The Standing Group on International Relations is a European ECPR broad-based Standing Group where IR specialists from different sectors of activity - universities, independent research institutes and public administration - are brought together to promote scholarly activities.
The SGIR is led by a Steering Committee which is elected every 3 years. The main activities of the SGIR range from organising major conferences, summer schools and publishing books and journals and maintaining a website and mailing list.

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