Acta Universitatis Danubius. Relationes Internationales

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  • Frequency:  2 issues per year (July, 15th December)
  • Print ISSN:   2065-0272
  • Online ISSN: 2344-1348

The general theme of the journal refers to the political sciences of international relations.

The journal has an editorial board composed of prestigious personalities in the national and international field considering the standards of publishing scientific journals: the frequency, international editorial conventions (abstracts, bibliographic information, etc..) and keywords in English.

Based on a complex and modern approach, the journal can be found in field studies and articles on different lines of analysis noted: paradigms of international relations, European studies, interculturalism, migration, Diaspora and international relations, the internationalization of education, diplomacy, global issues of mankind.

Since its first issue, the journal intends to be a debating court for promoting the spread of ideas and for widening the scientific dialogue critically examining various aspects of international reality and meeting the need for collaborative research in international relations.



Fee for publication

Dear Collaborators, 

Starting with the 1st of September 2019, it will be applied a fee for publishing your article into our journal. The fee for publishing in our journal is 50 USD / 45 EURO / 200 LEI.

The PhD students will have a discount of 50%, the fee for them being of 25 USD/100 LEI.

The details regarding the payment will be sent when the article is accepted for publishing. All the articles submitted by 1st of September 2019 shall be published in the order of the issues without paying any fee.

We appreciate your contribution to the quality of the work that we publish. 

Posted: 2019-10-16

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Vol 12, No 1 (2019)

Table of Contents


Why Should China Keep the Liberal Order? PDF
Gagu Laurentiu

Minority Rights in Terms of the EU Conditionality- Focusing On Serbia PDF
Edita Nuhiu

Northern Kosovo, historiography and geostrategic overview during the 20th century PDF
Mustaf Nezir Haziri

Military Operations of the Romanian Fleet in Danube Delta and the Black Sea in the Summer Of 1944 PDF
Stefan Gheorghe

Solving the Crisis in Ukraine from the Perspective of the European Union’s Geopolitical and Economic Interests PDF
Angela Mihaela Ene

Human Relationships and International Relations: “Danubius University” of Galati and Its Credo PDF
Andy Pusca

Role of Assumptions in Security Environment Analysis PDF
Mircea Mocanu

Islam in International Relations PDF
Tutu Pisleag, Eva Alexe

Why Russia is Involved in the Syrian Civil War: One Issue, Many Views. PDF
Clement Ndidi Oligie

Jurisprudential approach of the aircraft liability according to international and EU rules PDF
Dimitris Liakopoulos