Announcements

Call For Papers (Extended Deadline)

2024-04-12

Journal of Liberty and International Affairs now receives papers for its next 2024 issue (Vol. 10, No. 2, 2024). The journal aims to provide an active international forum for analysis, research, and debate in the fields of political sciences, international relations, and law. Papers that develop theoretical arguments or offer strong empirical evidence as either comparative or single-case studies are welcome. The journal is indexed in EBSCO, DOAJ, Crossref, CEEOL, SSOAR, ERIHPLUS, HeinOnline, CIAO, ProQuest, ANVUR (Class A), WorldCat, Dimensions, etc.

Alongside articles within the regular scope of the journal, this issue will include a thematic section on Digital Liberties in a Globalized World. It will examine the challenges and opportunities for digital liberties in the context of globalization, discussing issues such as internet censorship, surveillance, and the impact of technology on individual freedoms worldwide.

The deadline for paper submissions is 10 May 2024 (Extended deadline). 

 

Authors are invited to submit articles to JLIA through the online submission system.

Call for Papers for the Special Issue: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND DEMOCRATIC RESILIENCE IN EMERGING COUNTRIES: INTERSECTING LAW, GOVERNANCE AND DIGITAL ECOSYSTEMS

2024-02-20

GUEST EDITOR:
Andi Luhur Prianto, PhD, Muhammadiyah University of Makassar, Indonesia.

Email: luhur@unismuh.ac.id

AIMS:
This special issue of the Journal of Liberty and International Affairs aims to explore the intersection of sustainable development, democratic resilience, law, governance, and digital ecosystems within emerging countries. It seeks to investigate how these various factors interact and influence one another, with a focus on promoting sustainable development while safeguarding democratic principles. Through interdisciplinary analysis, the goal is to identify challenges, opportunities, and best practices for enhancing both environmental and democratic sustainability. This special issue aims to contribute to scholarly understanding in emerging nations facing complex socio-political and environmental dynamics.

TOPICS:
- International law and development;
- Policy and law making;
- Democratic regression, democracy and Election;
- Digital politics, Digital Governance, Digital resilience;
- Climate Governance, Crisis response;
- Local governance;
- Policy innovation;
- Social movement;
- Civil society engagement;
- Environmental justice;
- Urban and environmental politics;
- Participatory governance;
- Ethics considerations, rule of law;
- Data protection, Cybersecurity;
- Technological innovation for development;
- Sustainable development.

AUTHOR GUIDELINES:
The submitted papers must be written following JLIA guidelines.

OPEN ACCESS POLICY: 
The Journal of Liberty and International Affairs is an electronic and fully open-access journal, which means that all articles are freely available, ensuring maximum, worldwide dissemination of content, in exchange for an article publication fee. The journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

IMPORTANT DATES:

- Full paper submission: August 15, 2024

- Notification of acceptance: August 30, 2024

- Revised paper and camera-ready: October 15, 2024

- Publication: End of December 2024

SUBMISSION:
Paper(s) should be submitted electronically as a DOC/MS Word File to the Guest Editor as follows:

Dr. Andi Luhur Prianto (Email: luhur@unismuh.ac.id)

Letter from the Editor-In-Chief

2023-12-13

Dear Esteemed Readers, Authors, Editors, and Peer-Reviewers,

I am honored to address the dedicated members of our global academic community as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Liberty and International Affairs. It is with immense pride and enthusiasm that I extend my gratitude to each one of you who has contributed to the success and vibrancy of our journal.

The Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, an international, open-access, and peer-reviewed publication by the Institute for Research and European Studies, has been steadfast in its commitment to providing a dynamic international forum for analysis, research, and debate across a broad spectrum of fields. Indexed in renowned databases such as SCOPUS, EBSCO, DOAJ, CEEOL, SSOAR, ERIHPLUS, HeinOnline, ANVUR, Columbia International Affairs Online, ProQuest, UGC-CARE List Group II, and more, our journal continues to establish itself as a significant contributor to global scholarly discourse.

Our mission is clear: to publish the highest quality original research and elevate the readership and scientific importance of the Journal of Liberty and International Affairs. We are dedicated to cultivating a space that embraces multi- and interdisciplinary scholarship, encourages comparative approaches, and expands the subject areas of the journal.

As an independent publication, we are proud advocates of the Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors. Upholding the highest standards of academic integrity, we aim to provide a robust platform for research in the broad areas of social sciences. Your ideas for the continued development of our journal are invaluable, and we encourage your active participation in shaping its trajectory.

The heart of our success lies in the unwavering support and collaboration of our readers, authors, editors, and peer-reviewers. Your collective efforts represent a strong guarantee for the quality of our publications and are instrumental in our journal's journey toward becoming an influential international scholarly source of knowledge.

I am delighted to note the extensive reach of our journal, with a diverse readership, authors, editors, and reviewers hailing from different corners of the world. This diversity is a testament to the international character, reputation, and global significance of the Journal of Liberty and International Affairs.

As we look toward the future, there are undoubtedly challenges ahead, and maintaining and improving the quality of our journal requires your support, cooperation, and joint investment. Your commitment to excellence is vital to our shared goal of providing timely and worthwhile articles that contribute meaningfully to the scholarly landscape.

In closing, I wish to leave you with the timeless wisdom encapsulated in a Latin proverb: "Libertas perfundet omnia luce" – a profound declaration that "freedom will flood all things with light." Let these words resonate as a guiding beacon on our shared journey.

As we navigate the realms of academia and contribute to the wealth of knowledge, may the principles of liberty and the illumination of truth be our steadfast companions. In the pursuit of excellence, let us embrace the freedom to explore, question, and innovate, flooding our scholarly endeavors with the light of understanding.

May this proverb serve as a constant reminder that, united by our commitment to freedom and knowledge, we illuminate the path to success for the Journal of Liberty and International Affairs. Your support, cooperation, and dedication are the driving forces behind our collective journey, and together, we shall continue to forge ahead, fostering a community where liberty and light prevail.

Yours sincerely,

 

Prof. Dr. sc Goran Ilik

Editor-in-Chief

Journal of Liberty and International Affairs

Journal of Liberty and International Affairs Achieves Italian ANVUR "Class A" Status (Area 14, Section 14/C2)

2023-11-07

We are thrilled to announce that ANVUR has recognized the Journal of Liberty and International Affairs as a "Class A" journal in Area 14, Section 14/C2.

Our heartfelt thanks to the readers, authors, reviewers, and our editorial team for their contributions in making this distinction possible.

We are immensely proud of this achievement and look forward to further enhancing the quality of academic discourse.

Sincerely,

Prof. dr. sc Goran Ilik

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Liberty and International Affairs