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Ministerstwa Edukacji i Nauki:


  • Historia Slavorum Occidentis – 100 pkt.
  • Przegląd Prawa Konstytucyjnego – 100 pkt.
  • Art of the Orient – 70 pkt.
  • Polish Political Science Yearbook – 70 pkt.
  • Athenaeum – 70 pkt.
  • Edukacja Międzykulturowa – 70 pkt.
  • Polish Biographical Studies – 70 pkt.
  • Italica Wratislaviensia – 40 pkt.
  • Kultura i Edukacja – 40 pkt.
  • Nowa Polityka Wschodnia – 40 pkt.
  • Studia Orientalne – 40 pkt.
  • Sztuka Ameryki Łacińskiej – 40 pkt.
  • The New Educational Review – 40 pkt.
  • Annales Collegii Nobilium Opolienses – 20 pkt.
  • Cywilizacja i Polityka – 20 pkt.

Journals

Co-published journals

Past journals

Coloquia Communia

Coloquia Communia

Paedagogia Christiana

Paedagogia Christiana

The Copernicus Journal of Political Studies

The Copernicus Journal of Political Studies

The Peculiarity of Man

The Peculiarity of Man

Published online: 10 July 2021
Final submission: 28 June 2021
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Wojciech Polak
E-mail: wp@umk.pl
Institution: Nicolaus Copernicus University (Poland)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6069-2876
Author: Sylwia Galij-Skarbińska
E-mail: sgs@umk.pl
Institution: Nicolaus Copernicus University (Poland)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1799-4243
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Page no: 8
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202131
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202131.pdf

Abstract:

The agreement of the round table signed on April 5, 1989, resulted in the creation of the government of Tadeusz Mazowiecki (September 12, 1989) and the end of communist rule in Poland. However, it should be pointed out that the agreement of the round table is currently often criticized. It is claimed, among other things, that the agreement was a form of “unification of the elite” (the term Jack Kuroń) to obtain financial and political benefits. As a result, the mixed communist-solidarity elite has taken over power in the country, guided solely by their own interests. It is also stressed that the contract has enabled the Communists to retain enormous influence in the special services, state administration, various institutions, the economy, and finance. On the other hand, these irregularities have been attributed to the solidarity elites who consider the round table agreements to be persistent. Other parts of the solidarity elite treated the round table exclusively as tactical action to take power away from the Communists.

Tags: Round Table contracted elections in Poland Tadeusz Mazowiecki cabinet

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Published online: 7 July 2021
Final submission: 30 June 2021
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Agata Rydzewska
E-mail: a.rydzewska14@student.uw.edu.pl
Institution: University of Warsaw (Poland)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7772-4275
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Page no: 12
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202130
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202130.pdf

Abstract:

The COVID-19 strongly affected the states all over the world in several aspects, Spain, being an inglorious leader in terms of the number of infections in Europe, was highly afflicted by the coronavirus and further consequences. After problems with forming the government, which was caused by substantial political polarization, a new incumbent coalition needed to face new challenges, which was strictly connected with managing the coronavirus crisis. The article’s main aim is to present how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the political situation in Spain by analyzing the relations between the ruling government and the parliamentary opposition.

Tags: COVID-19 Spanish politics coronavirus crisis pandemic in Spain government-opposition relations

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Published online: 30 June 2021
Final submission: 16 June 2021
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Tunde A. Abioro
E-mail: abiorotunde@gmail.com
Institution: Obafemi Awolowo University (Nigeria)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4508-8555
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Page no: 11
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202129
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202129.pdf

Abstract:

The cycle of individual and communal lives from birth to death is supposedly preserved by the government through institutions. However, political, social, and economic activities are engaged to make ends meet wherein the government is to serve as an unbiased regulator. The activities that play out in Southern Kaduna reflected politics of being on one side with interplay on origin, identity, religion, and locality. On the other hand, it reflects politics of belonging that play on kin, reciprocity, and stranger status. It has thus resulted in violence, suspicion, and persistent conflict. The study examines citizen’s inclusiveness in peacebuilding initiatives and the people’s perception of the sincerity of the government. The research relies on secondary sources where governmental and non-governmental publications and documents from relevant and reliable sources enriched the socio-historical approach, particularly those relating to contestation in the region. The study found out that just like situations in the other northwest states of the country, the crisis exacerbates by the government’s inability to mediate fairly between warring parties to ensure fairness and justice as well as failure to apprehend and punish the culprits, even as recommendations from the various interventions were unimplemented. Thus, the spate of violence continues.

Tags: Southern Kaduna justice peacebuilding conflict politics

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Published online: 30 June 2021
Final submission: 16 June 2021
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Solomiya Kharchuk
E-mail: solomiya.kharchuk@gmail.com
Institution: University of Wrocław (Poland)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2746-0897
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Page no: 25
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202128
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202128.pdf

Abstract:

What are the primary drivers of the relationship between Xi’s China and Lukashenko’s Belarus? The present research paper uses the historical process-tracing method to provide an answer to this question. Furthermore, it uses quantitative data analysis regarding the economic intercourse between Belarus and China. It examines whether China’s opposition regarding the unipolar American-led world order and Belarus’s security concerns are the primary drivers of the relationship between Minsk and Beijing. The present article concludes that the congruence of beliefs and Minsk’s desire to ensure survival are drawing the two countries closer together. China’s new strategy encompasses Beijing’s increasing participation in world affairs. China opposes the world order led by a single hegemon, the United States of America. In the interim, Belarus, a relatively weak state insignificant in the global balance of power, shares Beijing’s beliefs about the desired nature of the contemporary world order. However, the Belarusian economy’s condition, which relies heavily on external funding, does not allow the economic cooperation between Minsk and Beijing to thrive. China gradually increases its engagement with Belarus, yet it obscures its ambitions, for Minsk lies in Moscow’s sphere of influence.

Tags: multipolarity Belt and Road BRI world order Lukashenko Belarus China

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Published online: 30 June 2021
Final submission: 26 May 2021
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Oskar Schaefer
E-mail: o.j.schaefer@umail.leidenuniv.nl
Institution: Leiden University (Netherlands)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1504-8977
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Page no: 7
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202127
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202127.pdf

Abstract:

Following the fall of the so-called Islamic State in March 2019, tens of thousands of its fighters, along with their wives and children, were captured and detained in facilities controlled by Syrian Democratic Forces in northeast Syria. Many of which were European. Based on the information provided by scientific institutes and journalists, the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic had had a significant impact on the functioning of those facilities. Not only did it aggravate an already severe humanitarian crisis, pushing the detainees to reinforce their attempts of escaping and rioting against the guards, but it also lowered the security level in the controlled facilities, allowing a flourishing of criminal activities. Furthermore, the detainment of ISIS followers turned into a political game between the Kurdish coalition and the United States. The global health crisis put to the test the strategy of many Western governments of keeping European ISIS fighters in the Middle East while pressuring the international community to rethink its approach towards this crescent problem.

Tags: Syrian Democratic Forces foreign terrorist fighters humanitarian crisis COVID-19 pandemic Islamic State

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Published online: 30 June 2021
Final submission: 18 June 2021
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Janusz Gierszewski
E-mail: janusz.gierszewski@apsl.edu.pl
Institution: Pomeranian Academy in Słupsk (Poland)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8420-7900
Author: Andrzej Pieczywok
Institution: Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz (Poland)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4531-0630
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Page no: 14
Pages: 63-76
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202126
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202126.pdf

Abstract:

The publication aims to analyze public security and public order in conceptual and institutional terms as an analytical category of security sciences. The legislator defines neither public security nor public order. So far, they have been treated mainly as categories of administrative law. It is therefore important to assign them analytical content in the new scientific discipline. The research results allowed for the presentation of the thesis that public security and public order are mainly connected with protection against pathological phenomena occurring in the public space, which are minimized by institutions established to ensure it. These categories should constitute the research field (subject) of the security sciences. The research problem formulated in the form of the question: How are public security and public order treated in definitional and institutional terms? The problem was solved based on a critical analysis of the literature. The paper uses theoretical research methods, including analysis of literature and phenomena occurring in society and inference – as a cognitive factor of the subject of analysis. A critical analysis of the literature on this issue played a large role in the cognitive process.

Tags: research subject public security and public order security sciences

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Published online: 30 June 2021
Final submission: 12 March 2021
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Joanna Siekiera
E-mail: joanna.siekiera@uib.no
Institution: University of Bergen (Norway)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0125-9121
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Pages: 1-9
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202125
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202125.pdf

Abstract:

Cooperation in the South Pacific region is unique due to the characteristics of its participants. Following the period of decolonization (1962-1980), countries in Oceania have radically changed. Achieving independence gave those nations international legal personality, yet complete independence from their former colonial powers. The following consequence was gaining an opportunity to draft, adopt and execute own laws in national and foreign policy. PICT (Pacific island countries and territories) have been expanding connections, political and trade ones, within the region since the 1960s when permanent migration of islanders and intra-regional transactions began. Migrations along with foreign aid are considered as the distinctive characteristics of the Pacific Ocean basin. Since the 1980s, the regional integration in Oceania, through establishing regional groupings and increasing the regional trade agreements number, took on pace and scope. The MIRAB synthetic measure (migration, remittances, aid, bureaucracy) has been used in analyzing the Oceania developing microeconomies. Last but not least, migration and foreign aid have been retaining the region from a deeper and more effective stage of regionalism.

Tags: foreign aid South Pacific Regional Cooperation Pacific Oceania migration

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Published online: 30 June 2021
Final submission: 12 March 2021
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Małgorzata Polkowska
E-mail: mpolkowska@wp.pl
Institution: War Studies Academy (Poland)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6633-2222
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Page no: 16
Pages: 133-148
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202124
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202124.pdf

Abstract:

SDA (Space Domain Awareness) and SSA (Space Situational Awareness – SSA) have been defined as comprehensive knowledge of space objects and the ability to track, understand, and predict their future location. The purpose of the article is to present SSA initiatives to protect space systems, which are now recognized as fundamental assets of the sustainable development of each country. The destruction of even a part of the space infrastructure can have severe consequences for the security of citizens and economic activity. These systems assume the combination of all data obtained by various entities operating in space and Earth to create a common database. The SSA system was created based on the US military programme SDA (Space Domain Awareness); SSA and SDA are almost similar, but SDA is a new term replacing SSA, which existed previously. SDA is a better and improved SSA. Increasingly, the SSA programme is part of national and EU space strategies, but it is not yet possible to include it in international space law.

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Published online: 30 June 2021
Final submission: 12 June 2021
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Lech Wyszczelski
Institution: War Studies Academy (Poland)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2063-4281
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Page no: 3
Pages: 177-179
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202123
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202123.pdf

Abstract:

Book Review: Magdalena Molendowska, Rafał Miernik (Eds.), Bezpieczeństwo w cyberprzestrzeni. Wybrane zagadnienia, Toruń 2020, pp. 328

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Published online: 30 June 2021
Final submission: 16 June 2021
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Sascha-Dominik Dov Bachmann
E-mail: Sascha.Bachmann@canberra.edu.au
Institution: Canberra Law School (Australia)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8742-0766
Author: Anthony Paphiti
Institution: Former officer with the UK Army Legal Services (United Kingdom)
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Page no: 27
Pages: 119-145
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202122
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202122.pdf

Abstract:

Migration as a weapon sounds like a policy statement by resurgent nationalistic parties (and governments) in the West. However, politics and the human cost aside, what if an adversary (both state and non-state actor) does exploit the current global crisis of mass migration due to globalization, war, and political unrest? This article will look at the ongoing mass migration to the European Union within the wider security context of the so-called hybrid threats and/or ‘grey zone’ tactics. It looks at the various legal categories of migration as how the law can be weaponized as so-called ‘lawfare’ to undermine the existing legal frameworks distinguishing between legal and illegal migration. The authors recognize the possibility that this article will be used as an argument by the political actors involved for their nationalistic and anti-migration politics and policies. Yet, we believe that the potential of abusing the current vacuum for political gains along ideological party lines makes it necessary to provide a wider legal-security focused perspective on mass migration.

Tags: hybrid threat threat migrants Law refugees migration

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