Acta Universitatis Danubius. Relationes Internationales

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  • Frequency:  2 issues per year (July, 15th December)
  • Print ISSN:   2065-0272
  • Online ISSN: 2344-1348

The general theme of the journal refers to the political sciences of international relations.

The journal has an editorial board composed of prestigious personalities in the national and international field considering the standards of publishing scientific journals: the frequency, international editorial conventions (abstracts, bibliographic information, etc..) and keywords in English.

Based on a complex and modern approach, the journal can be found in field studies and articles on different lines of analysis noted: paradigms of international relations, European studies, interculturalism, migration, Diaspora and international relations, the internationalization of education, diplomacy, global issues of mankind.

Since its first issue, the journal intends to be a debating court for promoting the spread of ideas and for widening the scientific dialogue critically examining various aspects of international reality and meeting the need for collaborative research in international relations.


Vol 8, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

History of International Relations

The European Interwar Far-Right: Elements of a Political-Intellectual Psychology PDF
Cristian Sandache

The Tito-Stalin Conflict and its Political Consequences over the International Regime of the Danube River PDF
Arthur Tulus

International Law and Migration

Reflections on the International Responsibility of States for Wrongful Acts PDF
Jana Maftei

Analysis of a South-South International Migration: Chinese Newcomers in Antananarivo and Dakar PDF
Julien Rajaoson

The EU Comprehensive Approach on Somali Piracy PDF
Angela Caramerli, Zoe Caselli

Culture and Globalisation

Cross-cultural Particularities in the Middle East PDF
Ionel Sergiu Pirju

Alternative Organizations by which Russia is Trying to Impose on the International Stage PDF
Florinel Iftode

The Arab States from the Middle East and Iran in Romania’s Foreign Policy Agenda PDF
Eduard Rudolf Roth


The situation of French and German Teaching as a foreign language in Ottoman Empire PDF
Fuat Boyacioglu