The Baltic Region

Aims and Scope

The ‘Baltic Region’ journal (ISSN: 2079-8555) is published by the Immanuel Kant State University of Russia in collaboration with Saint Petersburg State University. Both institutions boast prominent researchers dealing with diverse and complex problems of the Baltic Sea region. Hence there is a need for a specialised scientific journal covering this relevant theme. The journal promotes interdisciplinary research in the Baltic Sea Region and is the only journal of this kind published in Russia.

The editorial council and editorial board include representatives of different Russian and international research centres. The boards encourage eminent scientists from all countries of the Baltic Sea region to contribute their articles to the journal. It will allow the journal to provide a comprehensive review of socioeconomic, political, and economic situation in the region, including controversial questions considered from different points of view. Special attention is paid to various aspects of international and cross-border cooperation.

The readers of the journal are specialists engaged in research on the Baltic Region, national and municipal authorities, professors and  university students.

The journal publishes articles in the following fields:

  • complex study of countries and regions
  • economics
  • political science
  • social sciences
  • geography

Copyright information

Authors of the BALTIC REGION hold the copyright without any restrictions. When republishing an article, all authors are to provide a link to the issue of the BALTIC REGION where the article was originally published.  

The Baltic region journal is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.


All articles published in the Baltic Region journal have undergone peer review and upon acceptance are immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download.

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Anti-Plagiarism Policy            

The journal has an anti-plagiarism policy.  All submitted articles are checked for plagiarism.