Czech Journal of International Relations is a peer-reviewed quarterly that publishes scholarly work in international studies. The journal welcomes contributions about any aspect of international relations, though currently the flagship areas of interest are the international affairs and politics of Central Europe (broadly conceived), European security, European integration, climate change, migration, human rights, small states, and the renewed great power competition. The journal publishes peer-reviewed research articles, review articles, and discussion articles as well as unrefereed reactions to the contributions published in the journal and book reviews of recent scholarship. The journal also invites suggestions for special issues.

The journal is published by the Institute of International Relations Prague. It is indexed in Scopus, C.E.E.O.L., ProQuest, Ebsco Political Science Complete, DOAJ, and other databases. 

Current Issue

Vol 54 No 4 (2019)
The Cover of 54/4/2019

The three peer-reviewed articles of this issue focus on highly relevant matters of contemporary international security: indirect interventions in civil wars, European defence cooperation, and the Women, Peace, and Security agenda. The issue also features seven reviews on recently published titles.

Recent Contributions Published Ahead of Print