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East European Journal and Diplomatic History
East European Journal and Diplomatic History

Publishing House: Editura Universităţii »Alexandru Ioan Cuza« din Iaşi
Subject(s): History, Political history, Recent History (1900 till today), Special Historiographies:, Cold-War History, Post-Communist Transformation
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 2393-0764
Status: Active

  • 2020
  • Issue No. 6-7
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Short Description

The “East European Journal of Diplomatic History” is the initiative of some of the historians from the Center for the History of International Relations (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi), and “A. D. Xenopol” Institute of History (the Romanian Academy − Iaşi Branch) and the “East-Democracy” Association of International Relations. The journal aims to contribute to the academic debate on topics of diplomatic history and the history of international relations in Eastern Europe. Firstly, the publication focuses upon the diplomatic history of the East European states, on the relations of these countries with the West European world or with nations outside the European area. The specialists looks at the foreign affairs of the governments, the pulling of strings behind the regional balance of power, the personalities involved in international relations events, political details of the wars waged in Eastern Europe or the opinions in the area on the treaties that established the general order on the continent. We are also interested in more complex issues of international relations: the influence of ideology upon the foreign affairs, the decision-making mechanisms, configuration of the foreign policy of a state, the international relations seen from an economic, cultural or religious perspective, the reciprocal image of the rival nations, etc.