In the intricate tapestry of international relations, the role of political communication cannot be overstated. Words wield power, and their strategic use can shape global narratives, influence diplomatic outcomes, and alter the course of history. This special issue of the Journal of Liberty and International Affairs delves into the multifaceted dimensions of political communication in the realm of international relations, exploring how dialogues, messaging, and discourse shape and are shaped by global politics.


- Diplomatic Dialogues: The Role of Political Communication in Shaping Global Relations

- Messaging Across Borders: The Influence of Political Communication on International Diplomacy

- Strategic Narratives: Political Communication and Its Impact on International Relations

- From Rhetoric to Reality: Political Communication in the Sphere of Global Politics

- Communicating Power: Political Discourse and Its Effects on International Relations

- Transnational Messaging: The Intersection of Political Communication and International Affairs

- Global Conversations: Political Communication Strategies in International Diplomacy

- Influencing the Global Stage: The Dynamics of Political Communication in International Relations

- Words as Weapons: The Strategic Use of Political Communication in Global Affairs

The power of words in international relations is profound, influencing diplomatic outcomes, shaping strategic narratives, and impacting global politics. By examining the various dimensions of political communication, this special issue aims to shed light on the pivotal role of dialogue, messaging, and discourse in the ever-evolving landscape of international relations.

The journal is indexed in EBSCO, DOAJ/DOAJ Seal, Crossref, CEEOL, SSOAR, ERIHPLUS, HeinOnline, CIAO, ProQuest, ANVUR (Class A), WorldCat, Dimensions, etc.

Submitted articles undergo an initial editorial screening and a double-blind peer review process to ensure the highest standards of scholarship and relevance. Authors will receive feedback and may be asked to make revisions before final acceptance.

An article should be about 6,000 to 8,000 words in length. You can register and submit online or email submissions to

Submission Deadline: 10 September 2024