Cultural Relations Quarterly Review (Volume I. Issue 3.): International law

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Institute for Cultural Relations Policy

Call for Papers:
Cultural Relations Quarterly Review

Topic: (Volume I. Issue 3.) International law

A predictable and secure international law system is an essential basis of stable international relations. Nevertheless, current events and new individual cases make jurists reinterpret these rules, and if necessary, create new ones that correspond to actual demands. Therefore, we encourage contributors to submit their comprehensive and original works on this constantly actual and relevant topic, focusing on the current situation and changes of international law.

Thematic propositions:

international legal theory; international private law; international territorial law; law of international organisations; law of international contracts; minorities under international law; asylum under international law; war and international humanitarian law; human rights under international law; international criminal law

About the Review

Cultural Relations Quarterly Review is an initiative of the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy Budapest. Launched in 2013, its mission is to provide information and analysis on key international political events. Each issue present scrutinised review of international relations on a quarterly basis written by young researchers, scholars, professionals who are specialised in International Relations theory, Political Science, world politics and Economics. Also among the authors are the Participants of ICRP Internship Programme and the members of ICRP Advisory Board.

All articles are free of charge and peer reviewed. Editorial Board of Cultural Relations Quarterly Review is an international team of highly-qualified scholars and professionals of various academic disciplines (e.g.: International Relations, Political Science, Political Theory, Economics and Migration Policy). Altogether the group consists of 9 members, who came from different segments of the world. The aim of the Institute was to represent a diversity of perspectives on different issues, thus the founders of the Review tried to include people from all macro geographical (continental) regions in the team.

Deadline for submission: September 1, 2014
Tentative publication date: September 30, 2014

Author guidelines:

Language: British English
Font type and size: Times New Roman, 12
Editable file (.doc, .rtf, .odt)
20,000 - 40,000 characters
Harvard Citation System (see:
Figures, illustrations, tables are allowed.
References (see examples in:

All submissions should be directed to the editorial office at: