BRAMS Institute presents the bilingual spring edition of the academic journal BRAMS (ISSN 2667-9299).
The most current topic that has been discussed all around the world is COVID-19 and its impact on the near future of humanity. This problem has touched almost every corner of the planet and made people wonder how far our global society has walked away from the helpless pandemic situation faced by our close ancestors at the beginning of the 20th century. Professor Jeremy J. Ramsden thoroughly analysed the problem from the periscope of multiple aspects of our modernity and outlines the prospects of our life after COVID-19.
BRAMS Institute presents the bilingual winter edition of the BRAMS journal (ISSN 2667-9299).
The editorial opens the first issue of our journal with a brief story of BRAMS Institute, the long path towards its creation, shaping the BRAMS logo, goals and vision, and establishing the BRAMS journal.
The winter 2020 edition provides various topics discussed and researched by our authors. Absolutely unintentionally, the current edition includes articles, which embrace different viewpoints about Brexit by our British author, Professor Jeremy Ramsden, and thoughts about Brexit as well as other essential topics by American columnist Paul Krugman, analysed by our Georgian author, Professor Diana Tkebuchava.
The readers will be introduced to the complicated fate of Georgi Kinkladze, a prominent Georgian footballer who managed to leave an indelible trace in the history of FC Manchester City, England, and a lasting appreciation in the hearts of his British fans.
While future trade deal negotiations between the UK and the EU are still in progress, the journal offers a fresh outlook on the Battle of Britain––the cornerstone of the final victory in WWII. Just like in the 20th century, our authors and the entire editorial board of the BRAMS journal believe that Brexit will bring the liberation of all European countries and nations in the 21st century, too.
The closing article of the winter issue of the BRAMS journal presents the theory of success by Professor Maia Nadareishvili. She analyses the social and political activities of some of the American first ladies and noted American wives to figure out the woman’s position in the United States through centuries up to modern times.
The academic journal BRAMS (ISSN 2667-9299) is issued by BRAMS Institute. It is a peer-reviewed (refereed) international research quarterly that addresses subjects in International Studies. The scope of the journal encompasses academic articles in any academic discipline (humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, formal sciences, and applied sciences) presuming that the area of research embraces Interdisciplinary and/or Global Studies. The journal publishes both applied and conceptual research. The interdisciplinary approach is preferable.
Submissions are assumed to be accompanied by basic information about the author. All authors are kindly asked to have a look at the manuscript preparation guidelines attached to this page. Submitted texts should strictly follow the format and guidelines. The submission fee is not fixed and is decided according to each manuscript's quality. Articles are submitted to the editorial office at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions regarding the submission process, feel free to contact the editorial office directly.
All articles are subject to a blind peer-review process by a member of the Editorial Board and proofreading by one of the copy editors before appearing in the journal. The reviewers remain anonymous to the authors.
The journal releases issues quarterly. The abstracts are uploaded on the website accordingly. The full articles can be published online after a year from the date of release of the print version. The articles in the journal are open access to different users in different countries around the world. The academic journal BRAMS is published in Tbilisi, Georgia.