Manuscripts should be sent to the journal editorial staff by e-mail, as a Microsoft Word document, at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition to the manuscript, it is necessary to sign and send the completed Ethics Statement ( ), in PDF form. A manuscript must contain an abstract (up to 120 words) and a maximum of seven keywords, in the native language (at the beginning of the manuscript) and in the English language (at the end of the manuscript). The preferred length of the original scientific article is from 6000 to 8000 words, including bibliography and notes. The editorial board reserves the rights not to consider manuscripts that do not meet standards. Book reviews should be prepared in the same way, with a preferred length of at least 2000 words. Authors are required to use Times New Roman font (size 12, line 1.5). Titles should be written in Bold style, and subtitles in Italic style (size 12). Above the title of the manuscript it is necessary to provide the name and surname of the author in bold letters. In a special footnote (*), it is necessary to provide information about the author and the affiliation, as well as his/her e-mail address. In case of need of additional information about the manuscript itself (which might be a part of scientific project or research), the same should be stated in the new footnote (**). Foreign names and titles can be quoted in transcription in their mother tongue or in the original, as preferred by the author.
Quotes should be put with quotation marks. The quotation keeps all the spelling features of the original text and possible errors, which are marked with a special mark (sic). The Oxford note citation referencing style for footnotes and reference lists should be used. Examples of citing sources in footnotes:
¹ Henri Kisindžer, Svetski poredak, CID, Podgorica, 2015, str. 105.
² Hans Kohn, The Idea of Nationalism: A Study In Its Orgins and Background, Trasaction Publish, 1961, p. 523.
¹ Tanja Miščević, „Pregovori Srbije i Evropske unije za zaključivanje Sporazuma o stabilizaciji i pridruživanju” u: Slobodan Samardžić (ur.), Srbija u procesu pridruživanja Evropskoj uniji, Službeni glasnik, Beograd, 2009, str. 147-152.
² Frances Stewart and Arnim Langer, „Horizontal inequalities: Explaining persistence and change” in: Frances Stewart (ed.), Horizonal inequalities and conflict. Understanding group violence in multiethnic societies, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2008, p. 54.
¹ Ilija Vujačić, „Građanski humanizam Adama Fergusona”, Humanističke studije, br. 2, str. 141.
² Lotta Harbom and Peter Wallensteen, „Armed conflict, 1946-2009”, Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 47, No. 4, pp. 501-509.
¹ Viktor Ivančić, „U ime obitelji”, Vijesti, 29. oktobar 2017., str. 23.
² Aleksa Djilas, „Tito’s Last Secret: How Did He Keep Yugoslavs Together?”, Foreign Affairs, July/August 1995, p. 27.
Author’s name, text name, publisher (if text is published), full Internet address, access date, page number (if any).
In the case of indicating the sources from the previous footnote, use the same or the Ibidem (Ibid.).
Tables and charts should contain the number, title, and source.
List the sources in alphabetical order, in the same way as in the footnotes, with the last name of the author quoted first.