the Croatian International Relations Review (CIRR) is an interdisciplinary academic journal published in English since 1995 and is dedicated to social sciences with a focus on political science, sociology, law and economics. Each issue includes scholarly, double-blind peer reviewed articles, and book reviews. CIRR is a member of COPE - Committee on Publication Ethics - and is published electronically, by the Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) in Zagreb. The journal is supported by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia. Articles reflect the views of their authors only.
Scientific areas: Political Science
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Editor-in-Chief Senada Selo Sabic, the Institute for Development and International Relations, Croatia
Deputy/ Managing Editors Ivana Keser, the Institute for Development and International Relations, Croatia Janko Bekic, the Institute for Development and International Relations, Croatia Mario Pallua, the Institute for Development and International Relations, Croatia
Editorial Advisory Board Ioannis Armakolas. Assistant Professor, Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia Luc D. Bernard, Professor, Institute of European Studies, Catholic University of Louvain Stefano Bianchini, Professor, School of Political Science, University of Bologna Gianni Bonvicini, Vice President, Institute for International Affairs, Rome Daniel Dăianu, Professor, National School for Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest Otmar Höll, Director, Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Vienna Dejan Jović, Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Zagreb Soeren Keil, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Ognyan Minchev, Director, Institute for Regional and International Studies, Sofia Helen O'Neill, Professor, Center for Development Studies, University College Dublin Milica Uvalić, Professor, School of Political Science, University of Perugia Werner Weidenfeld, Director, Center for Applied Policy Research, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich Wolfgang Wessels, Professor, Jean Monet Chair in Political Science, University of Cologne
Technical Editors Dragana Markanović, the Institute for Development and International Relations, Croatia
Contact CIRR, Institute for Development and International Relations - IRMO Ljudevita Farkaša Vukotinovića 2, HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia