Journal of Islamic Politics (JISPOL) is a peer-reviewed international academic journal that is published twice a year in July and December. JISPOL focuses on contributing to academic knowledge on the mental interrelationship between classical Islamic thought and the chosen contemporary academic disciplines which are considered the most-significant specific fields for the future of the Islamic World. These disciplines are Political Science, Regional Studies, Islamic Economics, Xenophobia, International Economics, Business and Management, International Relations, and Political Pscyhology. JISPOL also seeks papers having originally contributed to the literature of the chosen academic disciplines.
JISPOL also aims to contribute to the literature by launching research teams on specific research questions, various events like workshops on contemporary developments in the disciplines, analyses & op-eds on the relevant issues. Beyond all academic publications and events, JISPOL also is working on a software program making easier to follow the literature and to author any academic paper in literal, mental, and technical reasoning.