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Wednesday, 1 Jul 2020
Journal of Peace Research, Security Dialogue: Improved Rankings

Security Dialogue (SD) and the Journal of Peace Research (JPR) remain in the top quartile of journal rankings.

Clarivate's Journal Citation Reports (previously Web of Science/Thomson Reuter's) show the journals' two-year Impact Factor (IF). This is the most commonly used metric of journal influence measuring the average number of citations to articles published in the last two volumes.

Thursday, 4 Apr 2019
Security Dialogue Kicks off 50th Anniversary Celebrations in Toronto at ISA

​Security Dialogue kicked off its anniversary year at the International Studies Association (ISA) Conference in Toronto last week with a number of events, including a truly inspiring workshop that explored the future of critical security studies.

Wednesday, 27 Jun 2018
PRIO Journals Ranking High

​Clarivate has just announced their 'Journal citation report', containing the most influential ranking of academic journals. 

As with previous years, PRIO's own journals, the Journal of Peace Research (JPR) and Security Dialogue (SD) remain highly ranked. SD is now placed 9th in the International Relations category, with an improved 2-year Impact Factor (IF) of 2.710 (they are not in the Political Science category). JPR is ranked 14th in the International Relations (out of 85) and 32nd in Political Science (out of 169) categories, also with an improved 2-year IF of 2.419.

Tuesday, 27 Jun 2017
Two Top-Ten PRIO Journals!

The 2016 impact factor (IF) from InCites Journal Citation Reports is now out, and PRIO is extremely happy to once again have two journals within the top-10 on the 2-year ranking in International Relations. 

This is the impact factor that traditionally gets most attention in research communities, but it is even more impressing that both journals in fact have been within the top-ten of the more stable 5-year impact ranking ever since 2013! It is an exceptional achievement by all standards.

This year, Security Dialogue clocked in as no. 6 out of 96 journals with a 2-year IF of 2.692 (up from no. 20 in 2015), and JPR retained its position within top-ten, ranked as no. 10 with an IF of 2.284. 

On the 5-year impact factor, JPR is now ranked as no. 5 with Security Dialogue right behind as no. 6.  JPR is also ranked as no. 24 in Political Science. Security Dialogue is not ranked in this category.  

Both journals also currently have high rankings on other lists, including Scopus and Google Scholar Metrics.

Thursday, 31 Jul 2014
PRIO Journals Climb Rankings

​​​​​​​The 2014 Journal Citation Reports were released by Thomson Reuters Tuesday ​evening. The two PRIO journals Journal of Peace Research, edited by Henrik Urdal and Security Dialogue​, edited by Claudia Aradau, have both increased their international impact as calculated by these reports. PRIO takes pride in hosting the editorial offices of two of the world's leading academic journals in their fields, and would like to congratulate the editors and the editorial staff!

Wednesday, 6 Jul 2011
Citation Rankings: PRIO Journals Still Doing Well

​​​Both the Journal of Peace Research and Security Dialogue have again performed well in the newly published Journal Citation Reports for 2010 from ISI Thompson.

Security Dialogue moved up from last year to an all-time-high 9th place on the international relations list, with an impact factor of 1.6. Journal of Peace Research has (expectedly) moved down from last year’s sensational 3rd place to a very decent 12th place out of the 73 journals included. On the political science list, JPR is now no 21 out of 139 journals. (Security Dialogue is not on the political science list.)

The impact factor is a calculation of the average number of citations to articles published in a journal in the previous two years by all journals included in the ISI Web of Science.

Wednesday, 20 Jun 2007
Good news from the Journal Citation Reports

​​The 2006 numbers for journal citations were released yesterday by Thomson Scientific, and brings good news for the PRIO journals.

Journal of Peace Research
has a 2006 impact factor of 1.658, which is a higher impact factor than ever before. JPR is ranked no. 7 among the international relations journals, and no. 5 on the political science list. Security Dialogue has also done very well and continues to climb on the ranking from number 19 (impact factor 0.714) last year to number 15 (impact factor 0.968)! This is also an all time high.

Tuesday, 11 Oct 2005
The Processes of International Negotiations

The Centre for the Study of Civil War at PRIO organized an open seminar with leading experts on International Negotiation. The seminar attracted around 60 participants, and aimed at giving participants efficient and in-depth knowledge of methods, standards, theories and practical experience in international negotiations.

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