„Yearbook of Eastern Studies” has been established as a forum for the debate on the multifaceted nature of transformations in Central and Eastern Europe and Asia, with particular focus on the post-Soviet area. The conceptual content of the periodical was born thanks to the professors Zdzislaw J. Winnicki and Walenty Baluk, who edited the first three volumes, which were published formally as separate monographs, but already under the banner of “Wschodnioznawstwo”. Since 2010, the Yearbook has the status of a scientific journal, and two years later it has been listed on the journals of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. In addition, the periodical is indexed in national and international databases such as Index Copernicus, Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, BazHum and Polska Bibliografia Naukowa.The scientific profile of the periodical, which has consistently been implemented since the beginning of the activity of “Yearbook of Eastern Studies”, focuses on the field of social sciences, with particular emphasis on the science of politics and science of safety. Its great advantage is its internationalization, which manifests itself both in terms of composition of the scientific council, reviewers, and authors of texts published in the “Wschodnioznawstwo” in Polish, English and Russian languages. Up to now, researchers from Poland, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Czech Republic, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Germany, Russia, Slovakia and Ukraine have published on the cards of the journal.
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Poniatowski, Stanisław (1884-1945)
red. Maciej Mróz i Artur Drzewicki
ed. Maciej Mróz
Stefaniuk, Tomasz Urbanek, Arkadiusz Pilarska, Justyna
Helios, Joanna Jedlecka, Wioletta Gryniuk, Anna Rec.