Cross-Border Journal for International Studies

One of the objectives set by the Cross-Border Institute of International Studies and Criminal Justice, throughout the Centre for International Studies and Human Rights is to promote performant applied and fundamental research, establishing a link between academic researchers and practitioners of international law, political studies, international relations and human rights, economics and public administration, regional and security studies. Following a transnational multidisciplinary research approach, the Cross-Border Journal of International Studies is a transdisciplinary approach, which can be achieved by tackling neuralgic points of cross-border cooperation in the globalized international society, aiming to analyze a series of issues specific to the area and the EU external border region. Also, considering the new types of regional challenges, CBJIS will closely follow a holistic approach to security and international studies, from all perspectives of the international cooperation dynamics (legal, political, economic and military).


ISSN (print): 2537-3676

ISSN (online): 2601-1638

Frequency: 2 issues per year

  • 1st of September
  • 1st of December

Vol 5, No 1 (2020)

Table of Contents


Alexandru Ticlea
Andrei Dutu-Buzura
Aurore Ciuca
Mircea Dutu
Ovidiu Predescu
Recognition of the Union of Bessarabia with Romania - Historical Aspects and International Law
Radu Carp