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Books Available for Review

Author: Nathan Abrams
Book: Norman Podhoretz and Commentary Magazine: The Rise and Fall of the Neocons
Publisher: Continuum

Author: Chor-yung Cheung
Book: The Quest for Civil Order
Publisher: Imprint - Academic Publishing

Author: Glenn E. Schwitzer
Book: Containing Russia's Nuclear Firebirds: Harmony and change at the International Science and Technological Center
Publisher: The University of Georgia Press

Author: John J. Kirton
Book: G20 Governance for a Globalized World
Publisher: Ashgate

Author: Amaney A. Jamal
Book: Of Empires and Citizens
Publisher: Princeton UP

Author: Jenny White
Book: Muslim Nationalism and the New Turks
Publisher: Princeton UP

Author: Armin Schäffer (ed) and Wolfgang Streeck
Book: Politics in the Age of Austerity
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Adam N. Stulberg and Matthew Fuhrmann (eds)
Book: The Nuclear Renaissance and International Security
Publisher: Stanford Security Studies

Author: Mart Laar
Book: The Power of Freedom
Publisher: Unitas Foundation

Author: Saba Mahmood
Book: Politics of Peity: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject
Publisher: Princeton University Press

Author: Harald Muller (Editor) , Carmen Wunderlich (Editor)
Book: Norm Dynamics in Multilateral Arms Control: Interests, Conflicts, and Justice (Studies in Security and International Affairs)
Publisher: Georgia

Author: Mark Wheeler
Book: Celebrity Politics
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Montserrat Guibernau
Book: Belonging: Solidarity and Division in Modern Societies
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Sebastian Wojciechowski
Book: The Hybridity of Terrorism: Understanding Contemporary Terrorism
Publisher: Logos Verlag Berlin

Author: Barrie Axford
Book: Theories of Globalization
Publisher: Wiley

Author: Margarita M. Balmaceda
Book: The Politics of Energy Dependency
Publisher: University of Toronto Press

Author: Göran Therborn
Book: The Killing Fields of Inequality
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Mike Bradshaw
Book: Global Energy Dilemmas
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Aage Borchgrevink
Book: A Norwegian Tragedy: Anders Behring Breivik and the Massacre on Utøya
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Tom Kane
Book: Strategy: Key Thinkers
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: David Held (Editor), Charles Roger (Editor)
Book: Global Governance at Risk
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Carl Schmitt
Book: Dictatorship
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Cillian McBride
Book: Recognition
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Anthony Giddens
Book: Turbulent and Mighty Continent: What Future for Europe?
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Rainer Forst
Book: Justification and Critique: Towards a Critical Theory of Politics
Publisher: Polity Press

Author: Kate MacDonald
Book: The Politics of Global Supply Chains
Publisher: Polity Press

2014 - Volume 8, Issue 1


 The Central European Journal of International and Security Studies (CEJISS) was founded by Mitchell Belfer (Editor in Chief), David Erkomaishvili (Deputy Editor in Chief), Nigorakhon Turakhanova (Head of the Academic Centre) and Petr Kucera, in December 2006, as an autonomous wing of the Department of International Relations and European Studies at Metropolitan University Prague. The initial goal was to develop, and project globally, a uniquely Central European take on unfolding international and security issues. This entailed an initial “out-reach” programme to attract scholars from throughout the four Central European states – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and the Slovak Republic – to participate in the journal as authors and members of the Editorial and (then) Advisory Boards. By the time of the first issue however, it became clear that CEJISS was also capable of acting as a platform for non-Central European scholars to present their academic research to a more regionalised audience. From issue 1:1 in June 2007 until the present, CEJISS has become, quite literally, a two-way street—it helps Central European scholars enter international academia and international scholars enter Central Europe. This is reflected in the diversity of our boards, authors and readership; and that CEJISS has, over a seven year period, gone from a biannual to a quarterly publication indexed in major scientific citation bodies such as SCOPUS and EBSCO and available in nearly 1000 libraries around the world.

CEJISS now reaches an estimated 45000 people (annually) in more than 180 countries. It has expanded its contents to include: 
1) Academic Scholarship — between 6 and 8 peer reviewed, academic articles are published in each issue (in hardcopy and electronic formats)
2) Book Reviews — of the latest international and security literature by some of the leading publishing houses (in hardcopy and electronic formats)
3) eContributions—as short, non-peer reviewed, online commentary articles that reflect on international relations as it happens.

CEJISS is committed to Open Access and ensures that all of its contents – in both hardcopy and electronic formats – remain free: free to read, free to reproduce, free to print and free to quote. This has been made possible by the generous support of Metropolitan University Prague.

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Metropolitan University Prague