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Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs
Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs

Publishing House: Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association (RC SFPA)
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences
Frequency: 2 issues
ISSN: 1335-6259
Status: Ceased Publication

  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • Issue No. 01/II
  • Issue No. 02/II
  • Issue No. 01/III
  • Issue No. 02/III
  • Issue No. 01/IV
  • Issue No. 02/IV
  • Issue No. 01/V
  • Issue No. 02/V
  • Issue No. 01/VI
  • Issue No. 02/VI
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Short Description

From the year 2006 the journal Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs, Review for international politics, security and integration has merged with the periodical Medzinárodné otázky (International Issues). The last issue of the Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs is Issue II/2005. International Issues & Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs is the neither new nor old review published by the Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association (RC SFPA) being established by merging two periodicals – Medzinárodné otázky (International Issues) and Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs, published by RC SFPA Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs, Review for international politics, security and integration, is the first Slovak journal in the field of international relations published in English language. The intention of this review is to fill up a gap in the communication between Slovakia and the world in the research field of international relations and other social sciences. Editorial Board: Executive Chair - Tomas Strazay, Vladimir Bilcik, Juraj Buzalka, Barbora Gabelova. Internationa Advisory Board: Chair - Magda Vasaryova (Warsaw), Janusz Bugajski (Washington, D. C.), Erhard Busek (Vienna), Martin Butora (Bratislava), Pavol Demes (Bratislava), Jiri Dientsbier (Prague), Tim Haughton (Birmingham), Csaba Kiss (Budapest), Irina Kobrinskaja (Moscow), Adam Michnik (Warsaw), Alexander Pavljuk (Kiev), Christoph Royen (Ebenhausen), Jacques Rupnik (Paris), Sona Szomolanyi (Bratislava), Juraj Stern (Bratislava), Kieran Williams (Des Moines, Iowa), Sharon Wolchik (Washington, D. C.).