About the Journal

The Journal of Political Stability Archive is a comprehensive repository that chronicles the scholarly discourse on political stability and related subjects. This archival resource serves as a testament to the evolving landscape of political science, providing an extensive collection of research articles, reviews, and analyses that have contributed significantly to the understanding of political stability globally.

Scope and Focus: The archive encompasses a wide range of topics within the realm of political stability, including political theory, governance structures, conflict resolution, state-building, and the impact of external factors on the stability of nations. By assembling a diverse array of scholarly works, the Journal of Political Stability Archive aims to foster a deeper understanding of the multifaceted nature of political stability and its implications for societies around the world.

Key Features:

  1. Historical Perspective: The archive provides a historical perspective on the evolution of political stability as a field of study. Through the inclusion of seminal works and landmark publications, it offers insights into the development of theories and paradigms that have shaped the discourse on political stability.

  2. Global Representation: Recognizing the global nature of political stability, the archive features contributions from scholars and researchers worldwide. This inclusivity ensures a comprehensive examination of political stability within diverse cultural, geographical, and geopolitical contexts.

  3. Interdisciplinary Insights: The archive is a crossroads of interdisciplinary research, welcoming contributions from political scientists, sociologists, historians, economists, and other related fields. This interdisciplinary approach enriches the depth and breadth of the archive, providing readers with a holistic understanding of the factors influencing political stability.

  4. Open Access: In adherence to the principle of open access, the Journal of Political Stability Archive makes its contents freely accessible to researchers, policymakers, students, and the general public. This commitment to openness aims to democratize knowledge and facilitate widespread dissemination of valuable research findings.


  1. Original Research Articles: Rigorous studies and empirical research investigating various aspects of political stability.
  2. Historical Analyses: In-depth examinations of historical events and their impact on political stability.
  3. Review Articles: Comprehensive reviews that synthesize existing literature, identify trends, and propose future directions for research.
  4. Case Studies: Detailed analyses of specific countries or regions to provide nuanced insights into their political stability dynamics.