Severe Peace: Photographs of the Collapsed Regimes in Documentary Film

Author: Natalija Arlauskaitė


The Clash Between China, India, and Russia in Eurasia’s Civilisational Spaces

Author: Konstantinas Andrijauskas


Energy Security in the Baltic Sea Region: Regional Coordination and Management of Interdependencies

Authors: Jakub M. Godzimirski, Ramūnas Vilpišauskas, Romas Švedas.


Belarusian Regime Longevity: Happily Ever After

Authors: Jovita Pranevičiūtė-Neliupšienė, Tomas Janeliūnas, Laurynas Jonavičius, Vytis Jurkonis, Kristina Vaičiūnaitė, Zhanna Maksimiuk, Valentinas Beržiūnas, Tadas Pikčiūnas, Laurynas Kasčiūnas, Juljan Jachovič.


Native and Foreign Canons: Film Adaptations between Narrative Theory and Cultural Studies

Author: Natalija Arlauskaitė

from 1991


Issued four time in a year is the leading political science academic journal in Lithuania.

Baltic Journal of Political Science

Journal encompasses different facts of political theory, comparative politics, international relations, public administration and public policy with related interdisciplinary fields in the Baltic Sea area and Northern Europe.

1999 - 2008

Lithuanian Political Science Yearbook

Journal where articles of Lithuanian political scientists devoted to the political theory, public administration, international policy were published. Download the issues of yearbook:


In Search of the Civic Movement “Sąjūdis” Origins: the Networking Power of the Disobedient

Author: Dr. Ainė Ramonaitė, Jūratė Kavaliauskaitė

from 1998

Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review

Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review is published twice a year by the Foreign Policy Research Center in cooperation with the Institute of International Relations and Political Science (Vilnius University) and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania.


Civil-Military Cooperation In Conflict and Post-Conflict Operations: Learning From the Lithuanian, Slovenian and Estonian Experiences

This book analyzes the Lithuanian, Slovenian and Estonian experiences with civil-military cooperation in conflict and post-conflict zones.