Muslim Politics Review is an international peer-reviewed journal published by the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Indonesian International Islamic University (UIII) that focuses on the multifaceted relationships between religion and political and socio-economic development of Muslim states and societies. The journal examines political dynamics within Muslim societies and their responses to global world.
Broadly defined, the journal invites scholarly works dealing with theoretical and empirical issues on the domestic politics and international relations of the Muslim societies. It opens to both qualitative and quantitative works from all methodological standpoints. While the journal emphasizes the substantive works, it also welcomes research notes that address methodological challenges in studying the politics of the Muslim societies. Concurrently, Muslim Politics Review supports a broad research agenda aimed at building inter-disciplinary bridges with relevant areas and invigorating cross-disciplinary debate on the complexity of Muslim world.