He who knows only his own side of the case knows little of that.
John Stuart Mill
Eastern European Review on Contemporary Issues is a multidisciplinary, peer reviewed, biannual online research journal.
Eastern European Review on Contemporary Issues was launched in 2019 as a projection of a scientific forum that promotes the value of different opinions, sometimes diametrically opposed on the current state of society. The spectrum is extremely broad issues discussed. Special attention is given to elucidate the theoretical and practical problems of socio-economic sciences and humanities through the European Integration aspirations in the Eastern European and Near East countries.
The semi-academic journal contains articles by prominent PhD specialists from Turkey, North Macedonia, Ukraine and Poland as from other countries, followers of different visions that are exposed active on the processes taking place in the political, economic and social development of the Central and Eastern European Countries and Near East. Also, the journal is a good opportunity for graduate and doctoral students wishing to gain experience in research and express their views on relevant issues. Through the journal “Eastern European Review on Contemporary Issues” they can express their views on various current issues in the economic sphere, modern international relations, minority issues, law, psychology and pedagogy, linguistics and communication, diversifying the range of problems addressed.
Focus & Scope
Eastern European Review on Contemporary Issues welcomes high quality contributions investigating topics in the economic sphere, modern international relations, minority issues, law, psychology and pedagogy, linguistics and communication from theoretical, empirical and critical perspectives. The Eastern European Review on Contemporary Issues mainly favors original and articulate review papers, but theory-focused articles, book reviews and other scientific contributions are also welcome.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Peer Review Process
All contributions are subject to a blind peer review process. All received manuscripts will be sent to one or more referees. Authors will be notified whether their papers are accepted for publication or not. The authors whose contributions are accepted for publication will be sent the referee form in which is mentioned if revisions are required or if the paper is accepted as it stands. The authors requested to submit revisions for review will send the new versions of their articles to the editor (the deadline for submitting the revised papers will be mentioned by the editor in the correspondence with the author(s)). All submitted work must not have been published elsewhere or be currently under review for any other publication.
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