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The quarterly journal L’Europe en formation deals with European integration, international relations and federalism, with a transdisciplinary approach bringing together political philosophy, law, economics, sociology and culture.
The journal was launched in 1960.
Since 2008 the journal has been enhancing its scholarly profile, by setting up a reading committee to ensure the quality of submitted articles.
Each issue is now devoted to a specific topic covering its various dimensions. All research articles in the journal have undergone rigorous peer review, through anonymized refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.
L'Europe en formation is bilingual. Articles are published either in English or in French, with abstracts in both languages.

The journal is available on line at the scholarly journal distribution website Cairn (


© Centre international de formation européenne - ISSN 0154-9928  (Print)
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year - 150-300 pages per issue
Unitary price: 20.00 €
Size : 16 X 24 cm
This publication has been funded with support from the European Commission. It reflects the views only of its authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.

Founder: Alexandre Marc (1904-2000) †

Matthias Waechter
Publishing Director

Jean-Pierre Gouzy
Politic Director


Laurent Baechler
Chief Editor

Martin Molko
Editorial Assistant

Editorial Board: Laurent Baechler, Matthias Waechter, Frédéric Lépine, Hartmut Marhold, Anna Domitrova, Mathias Jopp, George Tzogopoulos.

Scientific Committee

François Bafoil (France)
Maurice Braud (France)
Raimondo Cagiano de Azevedo (Italy)
Zbigniew Czachor (Poland)
Catherine Guisan (Switzerland, USA)
Rudolf Hrbek (Germany)
Ferdinand Kinsky (Germany, Czech Republic)
Finn Laursen (Denmark, Canada)

Claude Nigoul (France)
Ryszard Piasecki (Poland)
Jean-Jacques Rey (Belgium)
Audun Ruud (Norway)
Philippe Saunier (France)
Nicolas Schmitt (Switzerland)
Jean-Claude Verez (France)
Wolfgang Wessels (Germany)