The journal publishes articles about the History, Politics, Political Economy and International Relations of Central and Eastern Europe, including the region's borderlands.
Why subscribe and read
Peer reviewed open access journal dedicated to the history of Central and Eastern Europe - which is certainly one of the most interesting parts of the world today.
Peer reviewed journal supported by an international team of universities. The potential readership is global.
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Dr. Edita Gzoyan, Center for Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring, National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia
Prof. Claes Levinsson, University of Uppsala, Sweden
Prof. David Smith, University of Glasgow, UK
Dr. Andris Spruds Stradiņš, University, Riga, Latvia
Dr. Marek Wróblewski, University of Wrocław, Poland
Ms. Antonia Young, University of Bradford, UK
Dr. Gábor Bátonyi, University of Bradford, UK
Dr. Martyn Housden, University of Bradford, UK
De Gruyter Poland
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01-811 Warsaw, Poland
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