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Types and fees

A standard subscription includes the full reading on line and the downloading (in pdf format) of all articles for one year or two years web access (starting from the moment of the subscription). There is the possibility to choose among different types of subscription.

Individual fee

One Year Web Access Two Years Web Acess
35 € 60 €

Public Authorities / NGOs / Academic Institutions fee (non-commercial organisations)

Number of Licenses One Year Web Acess Two Years Web Access
up to 5 users 135 € 235 €
up to 15 users 385 € 715 €
up to 25 users 545 € 885 €
up to 50 users 995 € 1645 €
over 50 users please contact us for special rate

Commercial Organisations fee (including departments, branches, subsidiaries as separate entities)

Number of Licenses One Years Web Acess Two Years Web Access
up to 5 users 170 € 310 €
up to 15 users 510 € 980 €
up to 25 users 800 € 1510 €
up to 50 users 1650 € 3100 €
over 50 users please contact us for special rate

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About the Journal

The European Journal of International Affairs, founded in 1988 by Prof. Giuseppe Sacco, is dedicated to shaping ideas and framing politics in order to give a European perspective in international affairs.

Published by the European Centre for International Affairs is a required reading for those who want to go beyond the headlines, and the conventional wisdom, of European vision in a rapidly-changing world.




Many authors have contributed to the success of the Journal. Among them:

Pino Arlacchi, Samuel Brittan, Cornelius Castoriadis, Philip G. Cerny, George Corm, Ralf Dahrendorf, Etienne Davignon, Jean-Luc Domenach, François Fejtö, Joachim Fest, Pierre Hassner, Peter Hebblethwaite, Roy Jenkins, Josef Joffe, Arrigo Levi, Edward Luttwak, Stevan K. Pavlowitch, Jaques Rupnik, Ghassan Salamé, Alexander Smolar, Michael Stürmer, Marie-France Toinet, Rudolf von Thadden, Richard von Weizsäcker