Editor-in-Chief:
 
Associate Editors:
 
 
HONORARY EDITORIAL COMMITTEE:
 
Dariusz Milczarek, Professor Emeritus, PhD, Centre for Europe, University of Warsaw, Poland
Silvo Devetak, Professor Emeritus, PhD, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia; ISCOMET, Slovenia
Ioan Horga, PhD, University of Oradea, Romania
 
 
INTERNATIONAL EDITORIAL COMMITTEE:
 
Anthony M. Gould, PhD, Laval University, Canada
Tara Smith, PhD, University of Texas at Austin, USA
 
 
Auxiliary Committee:
 
 
Technical Editor and IT Consultant:
 
 


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Reviewer

Application: If you are interested in reviewing for the Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, please submit your application at [contact@e-jlia.com]. With the application email, please do not forget to attach your CV and List of Publications.

Nomination: The Editor-in-Chief and each member of the Editorial Board can nominate a person to serve as a reviewer. The minimum requirement is the possession of a PhD.

Decision and appointment: The editors reserve the right to make the final decision concerning reviewers.

 
International Editorial Committee

Application: Applicants should have contributed substantially to the development of the Journal of Liberty and International Affairs. One recommendation from a member of the Editorial Board is needed for application.

Nomination: The Editor-in-Chief and each member of the Editorial Board can nominate a person.

Decision and appointment: The final decision and appointment is made by the Editor-in-Chief.

Appointment to the International Editorial Committee is not time-limited. Updates may occur unilaterally or upon mutual agreement, as outlined in the Letter of Agreement signed with the journal publisher upon joining the Editorial Board.


 
Note:
The composition of the Editorial Board is subject to updating based on the evolving needs of the journal and the active participation of members in its operations. Updates may occur unilaterally or upon mutual agreement, as outlined in the Letter of Agreement signed with the journal publisher upon joining the Editorial Board.