The journal aims to analyse security and political problems in Central Eastern Europe, question the established ideas about the process in the region and reflect to political, geopolitical and social changes in the region and its countries.
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Lithuanian Foreign Policy is peer review journal which aims to publish research articles on Central Eastern European region, especially focusing on matters of regional cooperation and security. The journal was established in 1998 as a publication discussing challenges and problems of mostly Lithuanian foreign policy. Gradually, it moved towards covering the security and foreign policy issues of the countries in Central Eastern Europe and the geopolitical and security problems of the whole region as well.
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Editor-in-Chief Gerda Jakštaitė, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
Assitant Editor Justina Razumaitė, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania, Lithuania
Editorial Advisory Board Mindaugas Jurkynas, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania Andres Kasekamp, University of Tartu, Estonia Šarūnas Liekis, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania Sverre Lodgaard, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Norway Robert C. Nürick, Atlantic Council, USA Saulius Sužiedėlis, Millersville University, USA Joachim Tauber, Nordost-Institut, Germany Vygaudas Ušackas, Ambassador, Former Head of the EU Delegation to the Russian Federation Gediminas Vitkus, Vilnius University, Lithuania Ramūnas Vilpišauskas, Vilnius University, Lithuania