The Review of European Affairs welcomes articles focused on EU studies and topics relevant to the EU internal and external relations. The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to:

  • Values and principles of the European integration process
  • Models of European integration in the 21st century
  • Prospects of the European integration process
  • Single European Market
  • Socio-economic development of the EU
  • The EU and its citizens
  • Migration and integration in the EU
  • EU safety and security
  • EU external relations
  • The EU as a global actor
  • The EU as a regional security provider and role in conflict prevention and crisis management
  • The EU and the transatlantic partnership
  • The EU, WTO, and IMF and global trade relations
  • The EU’s cultural diplomacy and exporting culture and norms abroad
  • The EU’s soft vs. hard power

We invite papers from academics, researchers and doctoral students. All papers which make any contribution to the European studies are warmly welcome. The theoretical and empirical research is invited, as well as case studies, cross-national analysis, research results, etc. Papers which take a multidisciplinary approach are particularly invited. Only the original, not published elsewhere paper can be submitted.