The central theme of the 41st issue of the semi-annual journal “Remembrance and Justice”, to be published in mid-2023, will be the widely understood relations of the European countries of the Soviet Bloc with the Global South during the Cold War.
The development of decolonisation of the so-called Third World countries, which took place after the end of the Second World War, involved the collapse of colonial empires and the emergence of dozens of new states on the world map. Its long-term effect was establishing a new international system, within which the Global South became the fundamental area of competition for influence and domination of the two Cold War powers and their allies - the United States and the Soviet Union.
In this issue, we want to take a closer look at the process of shaping relations between the Eastern Bloc and the Global South. We take an interest in a wide range of matters, especially those concerning
- Ideological and political ties
- Soft Power/ cultural diplomacy
- Economic relations
- Intelligence activities in the Global South
- Military expansion and contacts
The editors accept only texts that have not been published before and contain a new, original approach to the subject.
We publish articles in Polish and congress languages: English and French. The text volume limit is 50,000 characters for articles and source materials (including bibliography, abstract and keywords) and 30,000 characters for reviews and reports.
Submitted articles must include:
- ORCID number
Publishing instructions and details of the reviewing process are available at: :https://ipn.gov.pl/pl/publikacje/periodyki-ipn/pamiec-i-sprawiedliwosc
Thematic editors of issue 41 are PhD Przemysław Gasztold and Sylwia Szyc.
“Remembrance and Justice” – scientific magazine dedicated to contemporary history is edited by the Historical Research Office of the Institute of National Remembrance.
The periodical has been issued since 2002. It contains materials on the history of Poland and world history, articles on political, social and economic issues, as well as intems on the history of historiography and methodology. In addition, it includes interdysciplinary and comparative studies, monographic articles, essays, reviews, opinion pieces, compilation of source texts and reports from selected academic conferences. Articles are double-blind reviewed before being published. The periodical is rated and indexed in BazHum, CEEOL, CEJSH, Index Copernicus.