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CIRR 2016 : CfP: Croatian International Relations Review Winter 2016 Issue


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Submission Deadline Oct 17, 2016
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Call For Papers

Call for papers

Croatian International Relations Review (CIRR)

Vol. XXII, No. 77 (Winter 2016)

The Croatian International Relations Review now receives articles for its Winter 2016 issue. CIRR, published by the Institute for Development and International Relations since 1995, is a peer reviewed journal in the social sciences. It welcomes submissions from political science and international relations, sociology, economics, law and related fields. The journal is indexed by Scopus – Elsevier and over 30 other services.

Articles that develop theoretical arguments or offer strong empirical evidence as either comparative or single-case studies are welcome. All selected articles are subject to double-blind refereeing by at least two reviewers. Articles should be sent to Please consult the Instructions for authors before submitting an article or book review.

The deadline for article submissions has been extended to 17 October 2016.

For further inquiry, please write to the editorial board at or visit our website at

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