Articles may either present results of original empirical research or contribute to theoretical or methodological discussions of contemporary political science. The length of submitted articles should not exceed 9 000 words. Articles pass through a peer review process, have to be properly referenced and contain bibliography complying with citation norm of the Czech Journal of Political Science.
Reviews should present and critically evaluate monographs dealing with topics relevant to contemporary political science or international relations. A review should briefly introduce the author of the reviewed publication, provide information about structure and content of the book and evaluate its contribution to contemporary research in the field. The reviewed book should not be more than two years old. Reviews are not peer reviewed and they do not need to contain references. The maximum lenght of a review is 2,000 words. Reviews are evaluated by the editors, who decides on acceptance.
Review essays should meet the same basic structural requirements as reviews (i.e. brief introduction of the author, information about the structure and content of the book and its relation to contemporary research) but do not need to contain references. Review essay should present and critically evaluate monographs dealing with topics relevant to contemporary political science and international relations. Authors should provide a full-fledged review on the background of a broader theoretical or societal discussion and relate it to contemporary issues within the field. The reviewed books should not be more than two yeras old. The maximum lenght of a review essay is 4,000 words. Review essays are evaluated by the editors, who decides on their acceptance.
Information is a short text (maximum 1,000 words), which usually reports on past important conferences and congresses that took place in the fields of political science and international relations. These texts should provide readers with basic information about the event and its importance, and may also summarize content of selected contributions. Information is not peer-reviewed and is evaluated by the editors, who decides on acceptance.