Vol. 3 (4) - Autumn 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.
Deadlines for submissions for CRIA’s Winter 2010 issue and Spring 2010 issue are December 15, 2009 and March 15, 2010, respectively.
Submission guidelines can be viewed at http://www.cria-online.org/Submit_a_Paper.html .
Caucasian Review of International Affairs
VOL. 3 (4) - AUTUMN 2009
TABLE OF CONTENTS
-Note from the Editor-in-Chief (331-332)
-Alternative Dispute Resolution in the North Caucasus (pp. 333-341)
by Renée Gendron
-The Implications of the 1993 U.N. Security Council Action for the Settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict (pp. 342-370)
by Rovshan Sadigbayli
-Political Economy of Old-Age Pension Reforms in Georgia (pp. 371-386)
by Alexi Gugushvili
-Corruption in Russia: A Model Exploring its Economic Costs (pp. 387-403)
by Michael P. Barry
-Experiments in Soft Balancing: China- led Multilateralism in Africa
and the Arab World (pp. 404-434)
by Nicola P. Contessi
-Between NATO & Russia: Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Crossroads Revisited (pp. 435-444)
by Mykola Kapitonenko
-“An Endless War: The Russian-Chechen Conflict in Perspective”
by Emil Souleimanov (pp. 445-446)
Review by Martin Malek
-“Armenia & Georgia:
Corruption, the State, and Change” (pp. 447-451)
Interview with Dr. Christoph H. Stefes, University of Colorado Denver, US
-“If Turkish-Armenian Border Reopens,
Georgia Will Become Less Important” (pp. 452-455)
Interview with Dr. Hans Gutbrod and Koba Turmanidze, Caucasus Research Resource Centers, Tbilisi, Georgia
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