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Panorama


About Panorama

Panorama of global security environment is the most prestigious project of Central European foreign policy and security community and one of the most important publications in Europe in this field. The main objective is to offer relevant analyses on the high expert level about the most important issues of international relations and global security environment to experts, academics, state representatives and decision-makers. Furthermore our aim is to contribute to strategic discussion in Euro-Atlantic area. The publication contains annually about 50 expert contributions from all around the world. So far, more than 250 authors from 30 countries contributed to Panorama, including Daniel Hamilton, István Gyarmati, Gustav Lindstrom, Alexander Vershbow, Marcin Zaborowski, as well as State Secretaries/ Deputy Ministers of Defence from Germany, Norway, Denmark, South Korea. By the end of 2013 CENAA published the 10th volume of Panorama of global security environment.

Editors of Panorama are Marian Majer and Róbert Ondrejcsák.

Until now, CENAA published 10 volumes of Panorama:

Majer, M. – Ondrejcsák, R. (eds.): Panorama of global security environment 2013. Centrum pre európske a severoatlantické vzťahy (CENAA), Bratislava 2013, 643 strán.

Majer, M. – Ondrejcsák, R. – Tarasovič, V. (eds.): Panorama of global security environment 2012. Centrum pre európske a severoatlantické vzťahy (CENAA), Bratislava 2012, 714 strán.

Majer, M. – Ondrejcsák, R. – Tarasovič, V. – Valášek, T. (eds.): Panorama of global security environment 2011. Centrum pre európske a severoatlantické vzťahy (CENAA), Bratislava 2011, 715 strán.

Majer, M. – Ondrejcsák, R. – Tarasovič, V. – Valášek, T. (eds.): Panorama of global security environment 2010. Centrum pre európske a severoatlantické vzťahy (CENAA), Bratislava 2010, 600 strán.

Majer, M. – Ondrejcsák, R. – Tarasovič, V. – Valášek, T. (eds.): Panorama of global security environment 2009. Centrum pre európske a severoatlantické vzťahy (CENAA), Bratislava 2009, 734 strán.

Lupták, Ľ. – Ondrejcsák, R. – Valášek, T. (eds.): Panoráma globálneho bezpečnostného prostredia 2007-2008. Centrum pre európske a severoatlantické vzťahy (CENAA), Bratislava 2008, 623 strán

Lupták, Ľ. – Ondrejcsák, R. – Tarasovič, V. (eds.): Panoráma globálneho bezpečnostného prostredia 2006-2007, Centrum pre európske a severoatlantické vzťahy (CENAA) – Ministerstvo obrany, Bratislava 2007, 873 strán

Lupták, Ľ. – Hersi, A. – Ondrejcsák, R. – Tarasovič, V. (eds.): Panoráma globálneho bezpečnostného prostredia 2005-2006, Inštitút bezpečnostných a obranných štúdií, Ministerstvo obrany, Bratislava 2006, 866 strán.

Lupták, Ľ. – Ondrejcsák, R. – Tarasovič, V. (eds.): Panoráma globálneho bezpečnostného prostredia 2004-2005, Inštitút bezpečnostných a obranných štúdií, Ministerstvo obrany, Bratislava 2005, 704 strán.

Kolektív autorov: Panoráma globálneho bezpečnostného prostredia 2003-2004, Inštitút bezpečnostných a obranných štúdií, Ministerstvo obrany, Bratislava 2004, 360 strán.

Call for proposals 2015-2016

Call for proposals extended until December 15, 2015.

Centre for European and North Atlantic Affairs (CENAA) announces additional call for proposals for the publication Panorama 2015-2016, which will include recent security challenges.

If you would like to contribute to Panorama 2015-2016, please send an abstract via e-mail to publications@cenaa.org  by December 15, 2015. Abstract in English should be between 200 and 250 words long and submitted in .doc format. Please include your full name, e-mail address and institutional affiliation.

Authors of the selected abstracts will be notified via e-mail by December 20, 2015. Deadline for the final versions of accepted contributions (15 standard pages) is February 29, 2016.

Panorama is included in theBook Citation Index Thomson Reuters.

Priority topics of additional call:

  • migration crisis
  • Middle East – Daesh, Syria, Iraq
  • Iranian nuclear deal
  • Russian, French and US presence in Middle East
  • British security strategy review
  • terrorism after Paris attacks
  • Ukraine
  • Sahel
  • disputes in Chinese sea
  • Turkey
  • Caucasus

Panorama 2013

 

Center for European and North Atlantic Affairs (CENAA) is proud to present you the next volume of PANORAMA of Global Security Environment 2013. The tenth Panorama of the Global Security Environment, edited by Marian Majer, Róbert Ondrejcsák, saw the contribution of a total of 53 authors. Panorama offers a cutting-edge and transdisciplinary overview of the main issues, debates and events covering almost every region in the world.

The publication is divided into five chapters: Euro-Atlantic area, Post-Soviet Space and South East Europe, Middle East and Africa, Central, South and SouthEast Asia, and Sectoral Framework.  This year, we made it a point to devote more attention to the issue of financial crisis and defence cooperation, status of Kosovo and situation in Afganistan. Among other subjects Panorama 2013 includes articles about situation in the Middle East and Africa, Russian foreign policy as well as extremism . We believe that we were able to relevantly contribute to on-going discussion on above-mentioned issues and to give some answers to extraordinary important issues.

In case of interest please contact us at publikacie@cenaa.org. We´ll be happy to send you the Panorama via post.

content and abstracts

Call for proposals 2014

Call for proposals extended until March 31, 2014.

Centre for European and North Atlantic Affairs (CENAA) announces a call for proposals for the publication Panorama 2014. If you would like to contribute to Panorama 2014, please send an abstract via e-mail to publikacie@cenaa.org  by March 24, 2014. Abstract in English should be between 200 and 250 words long and submitted in .doc or .rtf format. Please include your full name, e-mail address and institutional affiliation.

Authors of the selected abstracts will be notified via e-mail by April 21, 2014. Deadline for the final versions of accepted contributions (15 pages) is August 15, 2014.

Topics for Panorama 2014:

High priority topics for Panorama 2014

  • NATO and European security architecture
  • Ukraine and Eastern Partnership after Vilnius
  • Iran, Syria and broader region
  • Security and conflicts in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Extremism as a threat for Europe

Topics that should not be omitted in Panorama 2014:

  • Security and defence cooperation in the V4 region
  • Foreign and security policies of European major powers (France, Great Britain, Germany)
  • Turkey: its position in context of Syria and Iran, “zero problems” foreign policy results
  • Russia: foreign policy, terrorism, border regions, state of democracy and rights protection
  • South Caucasus: internal and external developments, out-of-region players,
  • US Asia pivot
  • Recent developments in East and South East Asia
  • Energy security and impact of shale gas revolution
  • Cyber security
  • Current developments in theory of security studies and its impact on policy

Panorama is supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

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