The Jagiellonian Security Review – first issue of new journal published by the IPSiR National Security Chair

The Jagiellonian Security Review is a double-blind peer reviewed open access scholarly journal published by the National Security Chair at the Institute of Political Science and International Relations of Jagiellonian University in Krakow.


The National Security Chair was established in 2015. It is constituted by the team of scholars with extensive expertise in national and international security, regional conflicts, strategic studies and legal affairs.


The Jagiellonian Security Review welcomes original submission of scholarly and scientific research from academic specialists, security policymakers and analysts from Poland and abroad.


The Jagiellonian Security Review is a new scientific journal that was born out of the need to enrich contemporary security debate in Poland and abroad. Starting from the current scientific activity of the faculty of the Unit of National Security of the Jagiellonian University, it opens the possibility and encourages representatives of academia, research centres and think tanks from Poland and abroad to participate in this debate. It will accompany other important cyclical undertakings of the Unit of National Security: the international (global) Jagiellonian Interdisciplinary Security Conference; domestic Jagiellonian Security Conference; guest lectures of the Unit of National Security.


I invite all scholars to join the debate in the Jagiellonian Security Review for the benefit of the development of Polish security studies and their contribution to international reflection on contemporary security issues.


Professor Artur Gruszczak

Editor in Chief



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Firsty issue to download: Jagielloński Przegląd Bezpieczeństwa, nr 1