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The Contemporary History Review (ISSN 1697-3305) is an international review that analyses our contemporary problems through a scientific and multidisciplinary perspective. We are waiting for our readers contributions and, in general, from any researcher who is interested in the study of the Contemporary History, for our next issue. We welcome pieces -articles, research notes or comments on books- related to any aspect of our contemporary history. The following topics are suggested: dictatorial regimes, transitions and problems of the democracy; economic globalization challenges and regional integration processes; migrations and exiles; national, ethnic and cultural identities; technological and information revolutions; international relations and geostrategic struggle, and, certainly, questions of theory and methodology of the Contemporary History. Each submitted piece is evaluated by two referees of our Council Adviser http://www.hapress.com/index.php?pg=f059&id=es which counts with a number of collaborators from the most prestigious universities; i.e. Immanuel Wallerstein (University of Yale), James Petras (Binghamton niversity), J. Donald Hughes (University of Denver), John R. McNeill (Georgetown University), Richard Grove (Australian National University), William Beinart (Oxford University), Gerhard Botz (Universität Wien), Simon Dalby(Carleton University) or Mark Stoll (Texas Tech University). Each manuscript has to be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org in StarOffice/OpenOffice or MSWord (PC or Mac) format. Image files, if necessary, are suggested to be attached in JPEG or PNG formats. For more information about the review, visit the publication guidelines http://www.hapress.com/index.php?pg=f053&sp=&tp=&cp=&id=es or contact the editor (Julio Pérez Serrano)in email@example.com.