MV - titulka

Mezinárodní vztahy (International Relations) is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal which publishes original research articles not only in the field of international relations, but also in the fields of European studies, international security, foreign policy analysis, development studies and other related areas. It offers theoretically informed empirical analyses and theoretical and methodological contributions to the field of international relations as well as reviews of major books in the discipline. It is published by the Institute of International Relations (Prague, Czech Republic) since 1966. All submission are subject to a strict double-blind peer review process.


» ISSN 0323-1844

» indexed in ERIH PLUS and SCOPUS, SJR indicator (2014): 0,143

Current Issue: Vol 51 (2016), No 3

Research Articles

Consolidation of the EU Representation at the IMF
Petr Sedláček 5-26


The Influence of Regional Governments on National Positions in the Council of the EU: A Legal and Constitutional Perspective PDF (Czech)
Pavel Dvořák, Markéta Pitrová 27-51
Czechoslovak Foreign Policy towards Israel in 1950–1955
Eva Taterová 52-72


On the Importance of Reflection on Disciplinary Norms: A Response to Jan Kofroň and Ilona Kruntorádová
Jakub Záhora 73-83
Reflexions of the Czech Methodological Education: A Response to Jakub Záhora
Jan Kofroň, Ilona Kruntorádová 84-92

Book Reviews

Jiří Přibáň, Václav Bělohradský et al.: Lidská práva: (ne)smysl české politiky?
Veronika Bílková 93-99
Robert Nozick: Anarchie, stát a utopie
Jan Blažek 100-104
Lauge N. Poulsen: Bounded Rationality and Economic Diplomacy: The Politics of Investment Treaties in Developing Countries
Vít Borčany 105-108
Zoë Irving, Kevin Farnsworth (eds.): Social Policy in Times of Austerity: Global Economic Crisis and the New Politics of Welfare
Veronika Lapšanská 109-112