Panorama is historically the most prestigious project of Central European security and foreign policy community with contributions from all continents. It is published annually and during the years became a standard reference source of security community in the region. Since 2012, Panorama is indexed in prestigious Thomson Reuters Web of Science Book Citation Index and is publicly available online at www.stratpol.sk/panorama/. With an intention to further strengthen this position, as of the forthcoming volume, we decided to focus even more on the unique Central European Perspective and develop its relevance in the ongoing debate on security and international affairs.
If you would like to contribute to Panorama 2017, please send an abstract via e-mail to email@example.com by May 5, 2017. The abstract in English should be between 200 and 250 words long and submitted in a word format (.doc, .docx or .rtf). Please include your full name, e-mail address and institutional affiliation.
Authors of the selected abstracts will be notified via e-mail within two weeks of receiving the abstract. Deadline for the final versions of accepted contributions (15 pages) is August 15, 2017.
The structure and the topics of the Panorama 2017 is defined by three geographical areas and five approaches. Selected papers should focus on one geographical area and should choose at least one of the approaches. Panorama 2017 welcomes innovative perspectives which represent a cutting-edge research in its field. Editors of this issue are: Róbert Ondrejcsák, Richard Q. Turcsányi, Peter Bátor and Michal Mochťak.
- Europe and North-Atlantic region
- Neighboring regions – Eastern Europe, Middle East, North Africa. Specifically, Eastern Partnership, Baltics, Black Sea Region, Caspian Sea Region
- Outlying regions – issues with relevance for Central Europe in Asia, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, etc.
- Geopolitics, national security, military
- Political and socio-economic issues relevant for security
- New security threats – cyberactivity, extremism, radicalism, terrorism, migration
- Human Security
- Critical approaches to security and securitization
Suggested topics for potential articles:
- Challenges and Opportunities of V4 Security cooperation.
- Defensive Capacity Building in Baltics
- Changing Face of Terror in Europe: Homegrown or Globalized Terrorism
- Contemporary Authoritarianism in Central Europe and elsewhere
- Vigilantism and Paramilitaries in Central Europe
- Gender Perspective on Security in Central Europe
- Counterstrategies for Disinformation Campaigns in Post-Soviet Area
- European Security Cooperation After Trump and Brexit
- Human Security in the European Union’s Foreign and Security Policies
- Identity Politics as a Tool of Hybrid Warfare
- Merging Hard Power and Soft Power in European Union security policies
- New approaches to Cyber Security in Europe and elsewhere
- New Factors and Forces in European Geopolitics
- North Atlantic Cooperation under Trump Administration
- Populism and Non-Democratic Elites in Balkans
- Privatization of Security: Steps Towards Exclusive Security?
- Promises and Outcomes: Look Over to NATO Warsaw Summit
- Questions of European Identity: Majority, Minority and Migrants
- Scotland, Catalonia, etc: Dynamics of European separatist movements
- Scenario buildings for elections victories of extremist parties in Europe
- Role of OSCE in Post-Crimean Security Environment
- Securitization of Migrants and Refugees in Europe
- Violent hate crimes in Europe
- Security Commitments of NATO in Globalized Word: Where and How to Draw Lines
- Security and political dynamics in non-NATO Scandinavian countries
- Solutions for Sustainable Migration Policies in Southern Europe
- Russia and the West: Cold War 2.0?
- Caspian Energy Resources: Walking Towards Conflict or Cooperation?
- Fighting Non-State Violent Actors: Lessons Learned from Middle East and Elsewhere
- Impacts of Shale Gas Revolution for Oil Exporting Countries
- Political Violence and Societal Security in MENA region and its Implication for Europe
- Question of Artic: Today and Tomorrow
- Strategic Vision of European Union for Neighboring Regions
- Global North and Global South: Security Issues of Socio-Economic Division
- Values versus Business: Suggestion for Balanced Foreign Policy towards non-democratic regimes
- Emerging Powers of Asia, Africa and Latin America: Agenda for Peace and Development
- Rise of Nationalism: A Challenge to International Cooperation
- Organized Crime: Evolution and Advancements
- Arms Trade
- Propaganda and its Security Implications
- Exclusion and Marginalization: Forming the Future Outcast
- Security Implications of Investments from Non-Democratic countries(China, Russia, Turkey etc.) in Central Europe
Call in a .pdf format is accessible here: CallPanorama2017