JANUS.NET, e-journal of International Relations is a scientific and peer-reviewed magazine published exclusively online, bilingual, with free access and free of charge, published by OBSERVARE – Observatório de Relações Exteriores (Observatory for External Relations), which is a research unit in International Relations of the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa.
The number 2 of Volume 11 of JANUS NET, e-journal of International Relations is defined by the thematic and geographical diversity of the analyses, with twelve scientific articles evaluated by experts. The themes presented concern the securitization of energy resources, foreign policy and the international economy, cooperation, maritime security and terrorism, media and education. In this issue, the geographical areas supporting the analyses presented are Europe, the Northern Caucasus, Latin America, the Asia-Pacific region and the African continent.
SECURITIZATION AND DESECURITIZATION OF ENERGY RESOURCES: INSIGHTS FROM ALSACE-LORRAINE FOR CYPRUS ISLAND
ASSESSMENT OF THE RUSSIAN STRATEGY TO CONTRAST TERRORISM AND JIHADIST PROPAGANDA IN THE NORTH CAUCASUS
CRISIS, TENSIONS, INSECURITY AND MORE FRACTURES: WHAT HAPPENED TO THE SOUTH AMERICAN DEFENCE COUNCIL?
FOREIGN POLICY, DEVELOPMENT, AND INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIES TOWARDS ASIA PACIFIC: THE CASES OF ARGENTINA AND CHILE
In Number 1 of Volume 12 of JANUS NET, e-journal of International Relations it is presented fourteen scientific articles evaluated in double blind referee, a note and a critical review. The analyses presented cross the topics of international cooperation, cultural diplomacy, secu... See Edition
Volume 12, Number 2 of JANUS.NET, e-journal of international relations presents twelve scientific articles evaluated in double blind peer review and a Note or Reflection. The thematic diversity is highlighted. The results of various research studies are presented, either conceptu... See Edition
200 years after the Revolution (1820-2020), December 2021
This thematic issue of Janus.net magazine addresses unprecedented problems in the historiography of the 1820 revolution. The texts were produced in the context of the commemoration of 200 Years of the Liberal Revolution, following an inter-university webinar that took place between November and December 2020, and had the participation of researchers from both sides of the Atlantic. It was the purpose of the organizers to bring together a set of articles that could provide a comparative, balanced and multilateral view, covering not only issues directly related to the Portuguese context, immediately before and after the revolution, but also its consequences and impacts in different contexts, in different chronologies and in different parts of the Atlantic.
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