JISPOL reports aim to collect and analyze information on any issue in JISPOL disciplines. Differently from the JISPOL Analyses, JISPOL reports encourages research teams and academics to have a descriptive and historical perspective, too, besides comparative understanding. In this vein, the main expectation from JISPOL reports with a historical perspective is to establish linkages between historical facts and contemporary events, from them with a descriptive perspective to reveal all dimensions of the analyzed issue as much as possible. In descriptive reports, reporters are expected to establish the causal mechanism or correlational linkages between the revealed dimensions, too. You can find the expected template in JISPOL reports here. However, reporters except JISPOL Research Teams can feel free to use any kind of template in their reports.