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The Geopolitical, Social Security and Freedom Journal is a peer-reviewed journal that serves as an important space for critical discussion to analyze and explore themes and / or problems related to the following topics: conflict resolution, social security and freedom, geopolitics, economic security, and international cooperation.
The journal has no political characterization and is open to the collaboration of professors, researchers and specialists of different fields: political, historical, economic, psychological, geographical and educational. The interdisciplinary nature of the journal allows a reading of the phenomena of interest, conducting investigations at multiple levels on the scenarios and on the changes in the act.
Geopolitical, Social Security and Freedom Journal outcome is the promotion of debate of researchers and specialists of different fields: political, historical, economic, psychological, geographical and educational.
In particular the Journal will focus on :
critical discussion for analysis and explore themes and / or problems related to conflict resolution,
critical discussion for analysis of concept of social security,
concept of freedom,
Its purpose is to contribute to the regional and international debate e with a dual perspective, that of topical and that of the of theoretical and analytical investigation.
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Editor-in-Chief Alessandro Figus, International Institute of Management, IMI-Nova, Moldova and Fondazione sicurezza e Libertà, Roma, Italy
Managing Editor Guido Amoretti, University of Genoa, Italy
Editorial Advisory Board Stefano Mustica, Fondazione Sicurezza e Libertà, Italy Diana Spulber, Acedemy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine Nicoletta Varani, University of Genoa, Italy Valentin Railean, International Institute of Management, IMI-Nova, Moldova
Editors Marco Cilento, Sapienza University, Roma, Italy Antonio Cocozza, Roma TRE, Italy Cecilia Costa, Roma TRE, Italy and Pontificia Lateranense University, Vatican State Stefania Capogna, University of Roma TRE, Italy Yuri Chepurko, Kuban Sate University, Russia But Dedaj, University of Prishtina, Kosovo Massimiliano Fiorucci, University of Roma TRE, Italy Valentina Fetiniuc, International Institute of Management, IMI-Nova, Moldova Sayavush Gasimov, Eurasian University, Baku, Azerbaijan Eddie Gray, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK Ihor Lyman, Berdyansk pedagogical State University, Ukraine Sokol Pacukaj, University Aleksander Moisiu, Durres, Albania Evgeny Martynenko, Peoples Friendship University, Russia Ilham Mamedzade, Academy of Sciences of Baku, Azerbaijan Mauro Migliavacca, University of Genova, Italy Mara Morelli, University of Genova, Italy Nguyen Hoang Hien, National Academy of Public Administration, Vietnam. Andrea Pisaniello Fondazione Sicurezza e Libertà, Italy Thomas Potempa, Ostfalia University, Germany Sylvie Josserand, University of Nimes, France Erika Zuperkiene, Klaipeda University, Lithuania Maurice Yolles, Liverpool University, UK Srdjan Redzepagic, University of Nice, France Mario Salomone, University of Bergamo, Italy Giancarlo Scalese, University of Cassino Southern Lazio, Italy Simon Ovart, Presidente UN WOMEN, Italy Giuseppe Vecchio, University of Catania, Italy
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