About the Review

Aims and scope 

Jan Masaryk Review of International Studies (JMRIS or RMSJM) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal published at least once a year by the Jan Masaryk Centre for International Studies, University of Economics, Prague. It aims to disseminate original theoretical and empirical research and stimulate debate on international phenomena and processes encompassing: international and European politics; diplomacy; economic diplomacy; international law; and particularly the following research priorities of the Jan Masaryk Centre: the transformation of actors in international relations; the contemporary political-security and political-economic integration processes; and the foreign policy and diplomacy in a transforming international environment.


General information

Founded: 2016

Periodicity: 1 issue per year

Published by: Jan Masaryk Centre for International Studies, University of Economics, Prague

Editors, editorial board

Online ISSN: 2570-7442


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