“Przegląd Geopolityczny” (or “Geopolitical Review”), ISSN: 2080-8836 – print, 2392-067X – online, is a peer-reviewed scientific journal, published since 2009 in both print and electronic version (so-called hybrid journal). In the years 2009-2013 “Przegląd Geopolityczny” was published as an annual, from 1 January 2014 it is published as a quarterly.
“PG” is included in the list of journals of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. For publishing an article in “GUT” 20 points are awarded (2019 evaluation).
The journal is indexed in the following reference databases: BazHum, DOAJ, Index Copernicus, ERIH PLUS, CEEOL, CEJSH, PBN, WorldCat. “PG” positively passed the evaluation process of the ICI Journals Master List 2014, the result of which is the ICV (Index Copernicus Value) index of 58.20 points.
The journal is published in Krakow by the Polish Geopolitical Society. It is entered on the list of newspapers and magazines by the District Court in Warsaw under number 573.
Detailed subject area of the journal:
Geopolitics and its subdisciplines, including geoeconomics, geostrategy, geohistory;
Political geography, military geography, security geography;
Political Sciences (international aspects);
Security Sciences (International Aspects);
Methodology of social sciences (including game theory, systems theory, powermetrics).
“PG” is published four times a year. Since 2013, the original version of the journal is the electronic version.
The editors of the quarterly support the principles of open science. “PG” is an open access journal, or more precisely an open choice journal, i.e. the electronic version of each issue is completely free of charge on the journal’s website under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No derivative works 3.0 Poland (some rights reserved by the publisher and authors) and the print version is available for sale. Publications in the “Geopolitical Review” are free.
The patron of our journal is Stańczyk (c. 1480-1560), the most famous court jester in Polish history, employed by three Polish kings: Alexander, Sigismund Old and Sigismund Augustus. He is remembered as a man of outstanding political intuition and intelligence with formidable insight into current and future geopolitical situation of Poland. He was criticizing and warning his employers by the use of satire and hyperbole.
Stańczyk at a royal ball in 1514 by the great Polish painter Jan Matejko. The jester is depicted as the only person at the ball who is troubled by the news that the Russians have captured Smolensk.