Tuesday, May 26, 2009

SCIENCE: PUBL.-Caucasian Review of International Affairs, Spring 09 issue (cria-online.org)

Vol. 3 (2) - Spring 2009 issue of the Caucasian Review of International Affairs (CRIA)
is now available on-line at
www.cria-online.org. The Table of Contents of the Issue is attached below.

Deadline for submission of papers for the next issue (Summer 2009) is June 30, 2009. Manuscript guidelines can be found at here >>>

Yours Faithfully,
Nasimi Aghayev
Editor-in-ChiefCaucasian Review of International Affairs
ISSN: 1865-6773


- Note from the Editor-In-Chief (p. 120)

Nasimi Aghayev (http://www.cria-online.org/7_1.html)

Research Papers

- Implications of Kosovo, Abkhazia and South Ossetia for International Law: The Conduct of the Community of States in Current Secession Conflicts (pp. 121-142)

by Heiko Krueger (http://www.cria-online.org/7_2.html)

- The European Union’s Eastern Partnership: Chances and Perspectives (pp. 143-155)

by Marcin Łapczyński (http://www.cria-online.org/7_3.html)

- Democratic Transition in Georgia: Post-Rose Revolution Internal Pressures on Leadership (pp. 156-171)

by Jesse David Tatum (http://www.cria-online.org/7_4.html)

- Decision-Making and Georgia’s Perpetual Revolution: The Case of IDP Housing (pp. 172-180)

by Till Bruckner (http://www.cria-online.org/7_5.html)

- Victimisation of Female Suicide Bombers: The Case of Chechnya (pp. 181-188)

by Nino Kemoklidze (http://www.cria-online.org/7_6.html)

- Dutch Disease in Uzbekistan? (pp. 189-209)

by Michael P. Barry (http://www.cria-online.org/7_7.html)

- How the West Was Won: China’s Expansion into Central Asia (pp. 210-218)

by Henryk Szadziewski (http://www.cria-online.org/7_8.html)


- Split in the Russian Political Tandem Putin-Medvedev? (pp. 219-226)

by Eberhard Schneider (http://www.cria-online.org/7_9.html)

- Georgia and Russia: The “Unknown” Prelude to the “Five Day War” (pp. 227-232)

by Martin Malek (http://www.cria-online.org/7_10.html)

Book Review

- “Handbook of International Humanitarian Law” by Dieter Fleck (pp. 233-236)

by Pierre-Emmanuel Dupont (http://www.cria-online.org/7_11.html)


- “Federalization Remains the Best Way for Georgia to Avoid Outbreaks of Further Internal Disputes” (pp. 237-241)
Interview with Prof. George Hewitt, London School of Oriental & African Studies, UK (

CRIA is a Germany-registered quarterly peer-reviewed free, non-profit and online academic journal. The Review is committed to promote a better understanding of the regional affairs by providing relevant background information and analysis, as far as the Caucasus in general, and the South Caucasus in particular are concerned. CRIA also welcomes lucid, well-documented papers on other countries and regions including especially Turkey, Iran, Central Asia, Russia, Ukraine, Eastern Europe as well as on all aspects of international affairs, from all political viewpoints. CRIA is indexed/abstracted in Directory of Open Access Journals, ProQuest Research Library, EBCOhost Research Database, Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, etc.

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