Journal Description

International Journal of Political Science and International Relations (IJPSIR) is a peer-reviewed academic publication that serves as a prominent platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to explore, discuss, and advance the understanding of political science and international relations. 


This open-access journal, published on a monthly basis is committed to fostering global intellectual exchange and advancing our comprehension of intricate political landscapes and international dynamics. IJPSIR covers a broad spectrum of topics within the realms of political science and international relations, fostering rigorous analysis and innovative research across various dimensions.

BREAKING THE DEMOCRATIC MOLD: CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES, AND GLOBAL REACTIONS TO COUPS D'ÉTAT IN FRANCOPHONE AFRICA

Political landscapes across Francophone Africa have witnessed a tumultuous turn in recent times, characterized by a series of coups d'état that disrupt the democratic trajectories painstakingly established since the 1990s. This abstract encapsulates the essence of political upheaval in the region, aiming to provide a concise overview of the evolving situations in various nations. By exploring the historical context and contemporary implications of these coups, the abstract aims to contribute

Isabella Maria Santos

ELECTORAL GOVERNANCE IN ZANZIBAR: A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF POWERSHARING DYNAMICS AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

Zanzibar, since the reinstatement of its multiparty system in 1992, has grappled with a recurrent wave of election-related turmoil, characterized by a disconcerting frequency of killings, injuries, and societal unrest. This abstract endeavors to provide an in-depth exploration of the intricate dynamics underlying the tumultuous electoral landscape in Zanzibar, shedding light on the pervasive mistrust, accusations, and challenges that have marred each election cycle. Citing John (2020) and

Fatima Saidi Mwinyi, Joseph Elias Kimaro

THE DILEMMA OF DWINDLING WAGES: A DEEP DIVE INTO CORRUPTION CHALLENGES IN SOKOTO STATE'S CIVIL SERVICE

Corruption, a pervasive and insidious force, casts a long shadow over political, economic, and social landscapes, impeding progress and eroding the foundations of governance worldwide. This abstract offers a comprehensive examination of the far-reaching impacts of corruption, focusing on its detrimental effects on development efforts, bureaucratic efficacy, and the overall credibility of political institutions. The study contends that corruption, particularly entrenched in the civil service,

Fatima Aisha Abdullahi , Ibrahim Suleiman Yusuf