Types and structure of contributions

The journal is internally divided into articles and book reviews. The articles should comply with the highest demands for quality and expertise of the author, they must meet the required quality and formal criteria and are subject to an obligatory peer-review process. Each issue provides space for publication of book reviews of domestic and foreign publications.

Structure of the article

English title, with subtitle, where appropriate
Author, co-authors

Abstract - a brief description of the article (topic, problem solved, objective), principal conclusions and benefits. Length 400 to 600 characters (including spaces) in English. For Czech and Slovak authors, also its equivalent in Czech (Slovak) in the same extent. The abstract does not replace the introduction of the article.

Acknowledgments - provided the contribution is prepared with a financial or other assistance of another person or institution.

Keywords - max. 7 keywords or phrases in English; for Czech and Slovak authors, also their equivalents in Czech (Slovak), separated by semicolons.

Body (incl. introduction and conclusion) - the introduction outlines the objectives, methods, hypotheses, or evaluates the sources of work, the conclusion summarizes the previous arguments. The length of the text, incl. comments and citations below the text, is 10-25 standard pages (18,000-45,000 characters, incl. spaces). Contributions exceeding the required length will not be accepted.

Structure of the book review

Title of the review
Author, co-authors

Bibliographic citation of a peer-reviewed publication according to the standards for bibliographic citations of magazines, such as:

MUMFORD, Andrew – REIS, Bruno (eds.). The Theory and Practice of Irregular Warfare. Warrior-schollarship in counter-insurgency. New York: Routledge, 2014. ISBN-13: 978-0415836906.

The text body - the limiting length of a review incl. prospective comments and citations below the text is 3–6 standard pages (5,400-10,800 characters incl. spaces). Clearly separated introduction and conclusion are not mandatory.