2024

Number of items: 9.

Articles

Dekalchuk, A. A., Grigoriev, I. S. and Starodubtsev, A. (2024) Patterns of international organizations’ engagement in reform and policy making in the post-Soviet space. East European Politics, (doi: 10.1080/21599165.2023.2279757) (Early Online Publication)

Florea, A. and Malejacq, R. (2024) The supply and demand of rebel governance. International Studies Review, 26(1), viae004. (doi: 10.1093/isr/viae004)

Prina, F. (2024) Russia’s minority institutions, ethnic boundaries and social-humanitarian work: A case of collective responsibility? Problems of Post-Communism, (doi: 10.1080/10758216.2024.2304247) (Early Online Publication)

Snitar, C. (2024) 1985: Romania and the extension of the validity of the Warsaw Pact. Journal of Cold War Studies, (Accepted for Publication)

Tappert, S., Mehan, A., Tuominen, P. and Varga, Z. (2024) Citizen participation, digital agency, and urban development. Urban Planning, 9, 7810. (doi: 10.17645/up.7810)

Book Sections

Anceschi, L. (2024) Personalist rule and regime continuity in Central Asia. In: Baturo, A., Anceschi, L. and Cavatorta, F. (eds.) Personalism and Personalist Regimes. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780192848567 (In Press)

Baturo, A., Anceschi, L. and Cavatorta, F. (2024) Introduction: Personalism and Personalist Regimes. In: Baturo, A., Anceschi, L. and Cavatorta, F. (eds.) Personalism and Personalist Regimes. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780192848567 (In Press)

Baturo, A., Anceschi, L. and Cavatorta, F. (2024) On 'new' and 'old' personal rule: concluding remarks. In: Baturo, A., Anceschi, L. and Cavatorta, F. (eds.) Personalism and Personalist Regimes. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780192848567 (In Press)

Edited Books

Baturo, A., Anceschi, L. and Cavatorta, F. (Eds.) (2024) Personalism and Personalist Regimes. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780192848567 (In Press)

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2023

Number of items: 24.

Articles

Aliyev, H. (2023) "Unlikely recruits": why politically-irrelevant ethnic minorities participate in civil wars? Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 46(6), pp. 847-869. (doi: 10.1080/1057610X.2020.1793457)

Archer, R., Bernard, S. and Papadopoulos, Y. G. S. (2023) Introduction: The cold war of labour migrants: opportunities, struggles and adaptations across the Iron Curtain and beyond. Labor History, 64(4), pp. 321-329. (doi: 10.1080/0023656X.2023.2227600)

Bernard, S. (2023) The regulation of international migration in the Cold War: a synthesis and review of the literature. Labor History, (doi: 10.1080/0023656X.2023.2237924) (Early Online Publication)

Fedirko, T. (2023) Failure and moral distinction in a Ukrainian marketplace of ideas. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 29(S1), pp. 62-78. (doi: 10.1111/1467-9655.13902)

Kaczmarski, M. (2023) Fragmented cooperation: The role of state-owned and private companies in Sino-Russian energy collaboration. Asian Perspective, 47(3), pp. 393-413. (doi: 10.1353/apr.2023.a905231)

Prina, F. and Pentassuglia, G. (2023) Ukraine's law on national minorities and ‘effective’ participation: Expanding or diluting standards? International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, 30(5), pp. 880-930. (doi: 10.1163/15718115-bja10138)

Silvan, K. and Kaczmarski, M. (2023) Russia’s approach to connectivity in Asia: from cooperation to coercion. East Asia, (doi: 10.1007/s12140-023-09404-w) (Early Online Publication)

Unkovski-Korica, V. and Vejzagić, S. (2023) Business history goes East: an introduction. Business History, (doi: 10.1080/00076791.2023.2234827) (Early Online Publication)

Varga, Z. (2023) The national, the transnational and literary prestige: revisiting the BOSLIT database. Bottle Imp, 2023(Suppl9), 5.

Book Sections

Bajić-Hajduković, I. and Bernard, S. (2023) “Money can’t buy me love”: Remittances, return migration, and family relations in Serbia (1960s-2000s). In: Meyer, S. and Ströhle, C. (eds.) Remittances as Social Practices and Agents of Change: the Future of Transnational Society. Palgrave MacMillan: Cham, pp. 77-98. ISBN 9783030815042 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-81504-2_4)

Núñez Seixas, X. M. and Smith, D. J. (2023) Internationalist patriots? Minority nationalists, ethnic minorities, and the global interwar stage, 1918–39. In: Dalle Mulle, E., Rodogno, D. and Bieling, M. (eds.) Sovereignty, Nationalism, and the Quest for Homogeneity in Interwar Europe. Bloomsbury Academic: London, pp. 233-256. ISBN 9781350263383 (doi: 10.5040/9781350263413.ch-12)

Smith, D. J. (2023) ‘Living the same full life’? A critical assessment of non-territorial autonomy practice in the Vojvodina and Sápmi contexts. In: Smith, D. J., Dodovski, I. and Ghencea, F. (eds.) Realising Linguistic, Cultural and Educational Rights Through Non-Territorial Autonomy. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, pp. 39-42. ISBN 9783031198557 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-19856-4_3)

Smith, D. J. (2023) NTA as a democratization tool. In: Andeva, M., Dobos, B., Djordjević, L., Kuzmany, B. and Malloy, T. H. (eds.) Non-Territorial Autonomy. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 65-84. ISBN 9783031316081 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-31609-8_4)

Smith, D. J. and Dodovski, I. (2023) Introduction: Realising linguistic, cultural and educational rights through non-territorial autonomy. In: Smith, D. J., Dodovski, I. and Ghencea, F. (eds.) Realising Linguistic, Cultural and Educational Rights Through Non-Territorial Autonomy. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, pp. 1-8. ISBN 9783031198557 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-19856-4_1)

Book Reviews

Snitar, C. (2023) Csaba Békés. Hungary’s Cold War. International Relations from the End of World War II to the Fall of the Soviet Union. The University of North Carolina Press, 2022. ISBN: 978-1-4696-6748-5. H-Diplo, XXIV(30), [Book Review]

Edited Books

Smith, D. J. , Dodovski, I. and Ghencea, F. (Eds.) (2023) Realising Linguistic, Cultural and Educational Rights Through Non-Territorial Autonomy. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham. ISBN 9783031198557

Research Reports or Papers

Stella, F. and Kay, R. (2023) Language Learning and Migrant ‘Integration’ In Scotland: Exploring Infrastructure, Provision and Experiences. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow. (doi: 10.5281/zenodo.7885964).

Conference or Workshop Item

Biggar, B. (2023) Language, Citizenship, and Community: Insights from Ethnographic Fieldwork with EU Roma Migrants in Scotland. BASEES Conference, Cambridge, UK, 5-7 April 2024. (Accepted for Publication)

Ivashinenko, N. (2023) Growing Dependency: Changes in Public Perception of Poverty Coping Strategies in Russia 2011-2021. BASEES Annual Conference 2023, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom, 31 March- 2 April 2023.

Snitar, C. (2023) Opposition from Within: Romania and the Warsaw Treaty, 1985. Twenty-Ninth International Conference of Europeanists - CES Conference 2023, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland, 27-29 June 2023.

Snitar, C. (2023) Opposition, Repression and Cold War: The Case of 1956 Student Movement in Timisoara. Lecture given at Institute of European Studies, Tirana, Tirana, Albania, 16 Feb 2023.

Snitar, C. (2023) The Romanian Section of the Comintern. BASEES Annual Conference 2023, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom, 31 March- 2 April 2023.

Website

Khairov, S. (2023) The Tatars Of Mordovia: Culture & Daily Life. [Website]

Snitar, C. (2023) The Romanian Section of the Comintern, 80 Years after the dissolution of the Third International. [Website]

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2022

Number of items: 29.

Articles

Aliyev, H. (2022) Pro-government anti-government armed groups? Toward theorizing pro-government "government challengers". Terrorism and Political Violence, 34(7), pp. 1369-1385. (doi: 10.1080/09546553.2020.1785877)

Aliyev, H. (2022) Social sanctions and violent mobilization: lessons from the Crimean Tatar case. Post-Soviet Affairs, 38(3), pp. 206-221. (doi: 10.1080/1060586X.2022.2032956)

Aliyev, H. and Souleimanov, E. A. (2022) Fighting against Jihad? Blood revenge and anti-insurgent mobilization in Jihadist civil wars. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, (doi: 10.1080/1057610X.2022.2145674) (Early Online Publication)

Bernard, S. (2022) Bringing labour back to migration history: a report on the activities of the working group labour migration history. Migration Letters, 19(4), pp. 537-546. (doi: 10.33182/ml.v19i4.2401)

Butler, M., Slade, G. and Dias, C. N. (2022) Self-governing prisons: prison gangs in an international perspective. Trends in Organized Crime, 25(4), pp. 1-16. (doi: 10.1007/s12117-018-9338-7)

Cheskin, A. and Jašina-Schäfer, A. (2022) Relational area studies: Russia and geographies of knowledge. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 47(4), pp. 1044-1057. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12551)

Dale, G. and Unkovski-Korica, V. (2022) Varieties of capitalism or variegated state capitalism? East Germany and Yugoslavia in comparative perspective. Business History, (doi: 10.1080/00076791.2022.2134348) (Early Online Publication)

Fedirko, T. (2022) In the shadow of power: ethics and material interest in Ukrainian political reporting. L'Homme, 243-44, pp. 61-94.

Fedirko, T. (2022) The military roots of modern Ukraine. Wall Street Journal, 2022(May 26),

Ivashinenko, N. , Voryzgina, A. A. and Mikhailova, V. V. (2022) Formation of digital capital of the population of Russia. Humanities, Social-Economic and Social Sciences, 5, pp. 50-55.

Ivashinenko, N. N. , Pyatakova, E. N. and Yankelevich, K. A. (2022) Grant programs as tools for the third sector development. Sociologicheskaja nauka i social'naja praktika, 10(2), pp. 105-119. (doi: 10.19181/snsp.2022.10.2.9031)

Mikhailova, V. V., Ivashinenko, N. N. and Varyzgina, A. A. (2022) Internet behavior and social stratification in a single-industry town: overcoming or perpetuating inequality? Theory and Practice of Social Development, 6(172), pp. 21-28. (doi: 10.24158/tipor.2022.6.2)

Sayfutdinova, L. (2022) Ethnic boundaries and territorial borders: on the place of Lezgin irredentism in the construction of national identity in Azerbaijan. Nationalities Papers, 50(4), pp. 794-812. (doi: 10.1017/nps.2021.3)

Unkovski-Korica, V. (2022) Non-aligned cities in the Cold War: municipal internationalism, town twinning and the Standing Conference of Towns of Yugoslavia, c.1950-c.1985. International History Review, 44(3), pp. 559-576. (doi: 10.1080/07075332.2021.1960585)

Varga, Z. (2022) Selected English-language bibliography of interest for Hungarian cultural studies: 2021-2022. Hungarian Cultural Studies Journal, 15, pp. 205-209. (doi: 10.5195/ahea.2022.483)

Book Sections

Bernard, S. and Cosovschi, A. (2022) Cooperation, migration and development: Yugoslavia and the Southern Cone in the postwar period. In: Damilakou, M. and Papadopoulos, Y. G. S. (eds.) Migration and Development in Southern Europe and South America. Series: Routledge studies in development, mobilities and migration. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, pp. 132-146. ISBN 9781003250401 (doi: 10.4324/10.4324/9781003250401-12)

Donnelly, G. and Prina, F. (2022) The ‘near abroad’: the European Union, minority rights and the Eastern neighbourhood. In: Malloy, T. H. and Vizi, B. (eds.) Research Handbook on Minority Politics in the European Union. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, pp. 365-397. ISBN 9781800375925

Ivashinenko, N. N. (2022) Poverty in small towns of Russia in a ten-year perspective: changing views on the development of participation at the local level. In: Sociology in the Assessment and Analysis of the Development of Modern Society. Nizhny Novgorod University Press, pp. 96-118.

Kaczmarski, M. (2022) Domestic politics: a forgotten factor in the Russian-Chinese relationship. In: Kirchberger, S., Sinjen, S. and Wörmer, N. (eds.) Russia-China Relations: Emerging Alliance or Eternal Rivals? Springer: Cham, pp. 59-71. ISBN 9783030970116 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-97012-3_4)

Kaczmarski, M. (2022) Russian foreign policy in a time of rising U.S.-China competition. In: Tellis, A. J., Szalwinski, A. and Wills, M. (eds.) Strategic Asia 2021–22: Navigating Tumultuous Times in the Indo-Pacific. Series: Strategic Asia. The National Bureau of Asian Research. ISBN 9781939131690

Loader, M. (2022) Latvia goes rogue: language politics and Khrushchev’s 1958 Soviet education reform. In: Loader, M., Hearne, S. and Kott, M. (eds.) Defining Latvia: Recent Explorations in History, Culture, and Politics. Central European University Press: Budapest, pp. 151-187. ISBN 9789633864456 (doi: 10.7829/j.ctv280b8f1.12)

Varga, Z. (2022) Bilingual authors, multilingual printing presses and ‘informal capital’: Pest-Buda in the early nineteenth century. In: Bhattacharya, A., Hibbitt, R. and Sciarutti, L. (eds.) Literary Capitals in the Long 19th Century: Spaces Beyond the Centres. Series: Literary urban studies. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, pp. 117-143. ISBN 9783031130595 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-13060-1_5)

Varga, Z. (2022) Esterházy Péter recepciója Nagy-Britanniában = The reception of Péter Esterházy’s work in Great Britain. In: Gö­röz­di, J.­d. and Ba­logh, M.­d.­n. (eds.) Külországi könyvespolcokon: Tanulmányok Esterházy Péter idegen nyelvű recepciójáról = On International Bookshelves: Essays on the Reception of Péter Esterházy in Foreign Languages. Reciti Kiadó: Budapest, pp. 97-108. ISBN 9786156255594

Book Reviews

Bernard, S. (2022) Annemarie Steidl: On Many Routes. Internal, European, and Transatlantic Migration in the Late Habsburg Empire. Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung, 71(1), pp. 129-130. (doi: 10.25627/202271111088)[Book Review]

Bernard, S. (2022) Citizens without Borders: Yugoslavia and its Migrant Workers in Western Europe. By Brigitte Le Normand. Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2021. xxii, 304 pp. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Illustrations. Photographs. Tables. $ 34.95, paper. Slavic Review, 81(3), pp. 760-761. (doi: 10.1017/slr.2022.242)[Book Review]

Sayfutdinova, L. (2022) Oil Spaces: Exploring the Global Petroleumscape, edited by Carola Hein, Abingdon,Routledge, 1922, 301 pp., £35 (paperback). Planning Perspectives, 37(6), pp. 1315-1317. (doi: 10.1080/02665433.2022.2133434)[Book Review]

Snitar, C. (2022) Trăgători și Mistificatori: Contrarevoluția Securității în decembrie 1989. Journal of Cold War Studies, 24(2), pp. 170-172. (doi: 10.1162/jcws_r_01084)[Book Review]

Edited Books

Loader, M. , Hearne, S. and Kott, M. (Eds.) (2022) Defining Latvia: Recent Explorations in History, Culture, and Politics. Central European University Press: Budapest. ISBN 9789633864456

Conference or Workshop Item

Ivashinenko, N. (2022) Poverty in a Small Russian Town from the 10-year perspective: participatory approach and digital inequality. British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies Annual Conference (BASEES 2022), Cambridge, UK, 8-10 April 2022.

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2021

Number of items: 28.

Articles

Aliyev, H. (2021) When neighborhood goes to war. Exploring the effect of belonging on violent mobilization in Ukraine. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 62(1), pp. 21-45. (doi: 10.1080/15387216.2020.1756366)

Anceschi, L. (2021) After personalism: rethinking power transfers in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 51(4), pp. 660-680. (doi: 10.1080/00472336.2020.1772853)

Bossuyt, F. and Kaczmarski, M. (2021) Russia and China between cooperation and competition at the regional and global level. Introduction. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 62(5-6), pp. 539-556. (doi: 10.1080/15387216.2021.2023363)

Candea, M., Wright, F., Fedirko, T. and Heywood, P. (2021) Freedom of speech. Cambridge Encyclopedia of Anthropology, (doi: 10.29164/21speech)

Dembińska, M. and Smith, D. (2021) Navigating in-between the EU and Russia. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 62(3), pp. 247-263. (doi: 10.1080/15387216.2021.1932544)

Dunn, J. and Khairov, S. (2021) Russian for all occasions: a polythematic Russian-English dictionary of collocations and expressions. The authors reflect on the idea behind the dictionary, the problems encountered and how they were solved. Slavonica, 26(2), pp. 85-104. (doi: 10.1080/13617427.2021.1998953)

Ergun, A. and Sayfutdinova, L. (2021) Informal practices in the making of professionals: the case of engineers in Soviet and Post-Soviet Azerbaijan. Work, Employment and Society, 35(5), pp. 931-947. (doi: 10.1177/0950017020947581)

Fedirko, T. (2021) Liberalism in fragments: oligarchy and the liberal subject in Ukrainian news journalism. Social Anthropology, 29(2), pp. 471-489. (doi: 10.1111/1469-8676.13063)

Fedirko, T. (2021) Suspicion and expertise: following the money in an offshore investigation. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 27(1), pp. 70-89. (doi: 10.1111/1467-9655.13427)

Fedirko, T. , Samanani, F. and Williamson, H. F. (2021) Grammars of liberalism. Social Anthropology, 29(2), pp. 373-386. (doi: 10.1111/1469-8676.13061)

Kay, R. and Trevena, P. (2021) (Not) a good place to stay! – East European migrants’ experiences of settlement in disadvantaged neighbourhoods in Scotland. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 47(15), pp. 3492-3510. (doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2021.1886061)

Mainwaring, Ċ. and DeBono, D. (2021) Criminalizing solidarity: search and rescue in a neo-colonial sea. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 39(5), pp. 1030-1048. (doi: 10.1177/2399654420979314)

Powell, S. R. and Florea, A. (2021) Introducing the Armed Nonstate Actor Rivalry Dataset (ANARD). Civil Wars, 23(2), pp. 177-206. (doi: 10.1080/13698249.2021.1883334)

Prina, F. (2021) Constructing ethnic diversity as a security threat: what it means to Russia’s minorities. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, 28(1), pp. 1-35. (doi: 10.1163/15718115-bja10002)

Shaw, D. O. and Aliyev, H. (2021) The frontlines have shifted: explaining the persistence of pro-state militias after civil war. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, (doi: 10.1080/1057610X.2021.2009633) (Early Online Publication)

Smith, D. J. (2021) One Russia, many worlds: balancing external homeland nationalism and internal ethnocultural diversity. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 62(3), pp. 372-396. (doi: 10.1080/15387216.2020.1801480)

Sotkasiira, T. and Gawlewicz, A. (2021) The politics of embedding and the right to remain in post-Brexit Britain. Ethnicities, 21(1), pp. 23-41. (doi: 10.1177/1468796820913419)

Udrea, A. and Smith, D. (2021) Minority protection and kin-state engagement: Karta Polaka in comparative perspective. Ethnopolitics, 20(1), pp. 67-82. (doi: 10.1080/17449057.2020.1808326)

Udrea, A. , Smith, D. and Cordell, K. (2021) Karta Polaka, Poland and its co-ethnics abroad. Ethnopolitics, 20(1), pp. 1-11.

Varga, Z. (2021) Selected English-language bibliography of interest for Hungarian cultural studies: 2020-2021. Hungarian Cultural Studies Journal, 14, pp. 205-213. (doi: 10.5195/ahea.2021.435)

Books

Snitar, C. (2021) Opposition, Repression and the Cold War: The Case of the 1956 Student Movement in Timisoara. Series: The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series. Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 9781-793641595

Book Sections

Kaczmarski, M. and Siddi, M. (2021) The EU and China in Central Asian energy geopolitics. In: Bossuyt, F. and Dessein, B. (eds.) The European Union, China and Central Asia: Global and Regional Cooperation in a New Era. Taylor and Francis. ISBN 9781003022336

Loader, M. (2021) Collaborators or Dissidents? Resistance and Collusion among the Latvian National Communists. In: Nollendorfs, V. and Ščerbinskis, V. (eds.) The Impossible Resistance: Latvia Between Two Totalitarian Regimes, 1940-1991. Series: Symposium of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia (29). Zinātne: Riga, pp. 191-207. ISBN 9789934599163

Loader, M. (2021) Purging in the Khrushchev era: 'Red Cardinals' and nationalism in the Soviet Republics. In: Moscow and the Non-Russian Republics in the Soviet Union: Nomenklatura, Intelligentsia, and Centre-Periphery Relations. Series: BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies. Routledge: Oxford, pp. 16-47. ISBN 9781032155401 (doi: 10.4324/9781003244608)

Book Reviews

Kaczmarski, M. , Sutter, R., Korolev, A., Stoner, K. E. and Reilly, J. (2021) Book Review Roundtable: Kathryn E. Stoner’s Russia Resurrected: Its Power and Purpose in a New Global Order and James Reilly’s Orchestration: China’s Economic Statecraft Across Asia and Europe. Asia Policy, 16(4), pp. 217-241. [Book Review]

Research Reports or Papers

Boswell, C., Bell, D., Copus, A., Kay, R. and Kulu, H. (2021) Designing a Pilot Remote and Rural Migration Scheme for Scotland: Analysis and Policy Options. Other. Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

Expert Advisory Group on Migration and Population, . (2021) Family Migration: Understanding the Drivers, Impacts and Support Needs of Migrant Families. Documentation. The Scottish Government.

Website

Sayfutdinova, L. (2021) The Flame Towers of Baku: New Building, Old Symbol? [Website]

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2020

Number of items: 40.

Articles

Aliyev, H. (2020) Pro-regime militias and civil war duration. Terrorism and Political Violence, 32(3), pp. 630-650. (doi: 10.1080/09546553.2017.1393415)

Aliyev, H. (2020) Why are some civil wars more lethal than others? The effect of pro-regime proxies on conflict lethality. Political Studies, 68(3), pp. 749-767. (doi: 10.1177/0032321719862752)

Anceschi, L. and Smith, D. J. (2020) From the Editors. Europe-Asia Studies, 72(1), pp. 1-2. (doi: 10.1080/09668136.2019.1705613)

DeBono, D. and Mainwaring, Ċ. (2020) Transgressive solidarity: from Europe’s cities to the Mediterranean. Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 10(4), pp. 90-106. (doi: 10.33134/njmr.360)

Fedirko, T. (2020) Self-censorships in Ukraine: distinguishing between the silences of television journalism. European Journal of Communication, 35(1), pp. 12-28. (doi: 10.1177/0267323119897424)

Florea, A. (2020) Rebel governance in de facto states. European Journal of International Relations, 26(4), pp. 1004-1031. (doi: 10.1177/1354066120919481)

Gawlewicz, A. and Sotkasiira, T. (2020) Revisiting geographies of temporalities: the significance of time in migrant responses to Brexit. Population, Space and Place, 26(1), e2275. (doi: 10.1002/psp.2275)

Hardman, H. (2020) In the name of parliamentary sovereignty: conflict between the UK Government and the courts over judicial deference in the case of prisoner voting rights. British Politics, 15(2), pp. 226-250. (doi: 10.1057/s41293-019-00110-x)

Jankiewicz, S., Knyaginina, N. and Prina, F. (2020) Linguistic rights and education in the republics of the Russian Federation: towards unity through uniformity. Review of Central and East European Law, 45(1), pp. 59-91. (doi: 10.1163/15730352-bja10003)

Jašina-Schäfer, A. and Cheskin, A. (2020) Horizontal citizenship in Estonia: Russian speakers in the borderland city of Narva. Citizenship Studies, 24(1), pp. 93-110. (doi: 10.1080/13621025.2019.1691150)

Kaczmarski, M. (2020) The Sino-Russian relationship and the West. Survival, 62(6), pp. 199-212. (doi: 10.1080/00396338.2020.1851101)

Kay, R. (2020) ‘You get a better life here’: social in/security and migration in a time of geopolitical transformations. Scottish Affairs, 29(3), pp. 305-320. (doi: 10.3366/scot.2020.0325)

Mainwaring, Ċ. , Mulvey, G. , Piacentini, T. , Hales, S. and Lamb, R. (2020) Migrant solidarity work in times of ‘crisis’: Glasgow and the politics of place. Nordic Journal of Migration Studies, 10(4), pp. 74-89. (doi: 10.33134/njmr.343)

Molnár Sansum, J. and Dobos, B. (2020) Cultural autonomy in Hungary: inward or outward looking? Nationalities Papers, 48(2), pp. 251-266. (doi: 10.1017/nps.2019.80)

Prina, F. (2020) The mechanics of consensus: non-territorial national cultural autonomy and the Russian state. Nationalities Papers, 48(2), pp. 307-322. (doi: 10.1017/nps.2018.39)

Prina, F. (2020) Non-territorial autonomy and minority (dis)empowerment: past, present, and future. Nationalities Papers, 48(3), pp. 425-434. (doi: 10.1017/nps.2019.124)

Schimpfössl, E., Yablokov, I., Zeveleva, O., Fedirko, T. and Bajomi-Lazar, P. (2020) Self-censorship narrated: journalism in Central and Eastern Europe. European Journal of Communication, 35(1), pp. 3-11. (doi: 10.1177/0267323119897801)

Smith, D. J. (2020) The ‘Quadratic Nexus’ revisited: nation-building in Estonia through the prism of national cultural autonomy. Nationalities Papers, 48(2), pp. 235-250. (doi: 10.1017/nps.2018.38)

Sotkasiira, T. and Gawlewicz, A. (2020) Ties that bind, or ties that count? The pressure on EU citizens to be ‘deserving’ migrants. LSE Brexit Blog, 3 Jul.

Souleimanov, E. A. and Aliyev, H. (2020) Ideology and disengagement: a case study of nationalists and Islamists in Chechnya. Europe-Asia Studies, 72(2), pp. 314-330. (doi: 10.1080/09668136.2019.1694864)

Swain, G. (2020) More thoughts on Grandma's Whiskers. Revolutionary Russia, 33(1), pp. 38-49. (doi: 10.1080/09546545.2019.1677012)

Varga, Z. (2020) The networks of consecration: the journey of Magda Szabó and László Krasznahorkai’s international reputation. Porównania, 27(2), pp. 219-233. (doi: 10.14746/por.2020.2.11)

Varga, Z. (2020) Selected English-language bibliography of interest for Hungarian cultural studies: 2019-2020. Hungarian Cultural Studies, 13, pp. 195-204. (doi: 10.5195/ahea.2020.396)

Books

Anceschi, L. (2020) Analysing Kazakhstan's Foreign Policy: Regime Neo-Eurasianism in the Nazarbaev Era. Series: Central Asia research forum. Routledge. ISBN 9780415711432 (doi: 10.4324/9781315674698)

Book Sections

Aliyev, H. (2020) Civil society in the Caucasus: voluntary youth organisations. In: Yemelianova, G. M. and Broers, L. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of the Caucasus. Routledge: London, pp. 401-415. ISBN 9781138483187 (doi: 10.4324/9781351055628-26)

Khairov, S. (2020) Dialogicheskiie idiomy v sovremennych slav’anskich iazykach: variacii formy. In: Arkhangel’skaia, A. (ed.) Novoe v russkoi I slav’anskoi frazeologoii. Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci: Olomouc, pp. 301-307.

Khairov, S. (2020) Ekspressivnye vyrazhenia v politematicheskom dvuiazychnom slovare 'na vse sluchai'. Iz opyta sostavitelei. In: Emotsional'naia sfera cheloveka v iazyke i kommunikatsii: sinkhroniia i diakhroniia. Institut Iazykoznaniia RAN: Moscow, pp. 214-223. ISBN 9785917309873

Mainwaring, C. (2020) At the edge: containment and the construction of Europe. In: Scott-Smith, T. and Breeze, M. E. (eds.) Structures of Protection? Rethinking Refugee Shelter. Berghahn Books: New York. ISBN 9781789207125

Snitar, C. (2020) The 1956 Student Movement in Timisoara. In: Dworaczek, K. and Łagojda, K. (eds.) Środowisko studenckie w krajach bloku sowieckiego 1945–1990. Institute for National Remembrance: Wroclaw, Poland. ISBN 9788380989917

Unkovski-Korica, V. (2020) Yugoslavia’s third way: the rise and fall of self-management. In: Lampe, J. R. and Brunnbauer, U. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Balkan and Southeast European History. Routledge. ISBN 9781138613089 (hbk) 9780429464799 (ebk)

Varga, Z. (2020) The Buda University Press and national awakenings in Habsburg Austria. In: Lajosi, K. and Stynen, A. (eds.) The Matica and Beyond: Cultural Associations and Nationalism in Europe. Series: National cultivation of culture (21). Brill: Leiden, pp. 11-29. ISBN 9789004423749 (doi: 10.1163/9789004425385_003)

Varga, Z. (2020) Growing up digital: European women’s writing and digital resource development. In: Balkun, M. M. and Deyrup, M. M. (eds.) Transformative Digital Humanities: Challenges and Opportunities. Routledge: Abingdon, pp. 165-175. ISBN 9780367023751

Book Reviews

Aliyev, H. (2020) Travelling with the Argonauts: Informal Networks Seen without a Vertical Lens. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 26(3), pp. 678-679. (doi: 10.1111/1467-9655.13339)[Book Review]

Čimová, K. (2020) Reviews in dialogue. Slavonica, 25(1), pp. 79-81. (doi: 10.1080/13617427.2020.1763643)[Book Review]

Loader, M. (2020) Gorbachev: his life and times. Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 28(2-3), pp. 251-254. (doi: 10.1080/25739638.2020.1863639)[Book Review]

Snitar, C. (2020) Ambiguous Transitions: Gender, the State, and Everyday Life in Socialist and Postsocialist Romania by Jill Massino, New York, Berghahn Books, 2019, ISBN: 9781785335983 (hardcover); 9781785335990 (ebook). Slavonica, 25(1), pp. 82-83. (doi: 10.1080/13617427.2020.1757845)[Book Review]

Varga, Z. (2020) Reviews in dialogue. Slavonica, 25(1), pp. 75-78. (doi: 10.1080/13617427.2020.1763643)[Book Review]

Research Reports or Papers

Boswell, C., Bell, D., Copus, A., Kay, R. and Kulu, H. (2020) Internal Migration in Scotland and the UK: Trends and Policy Lessons. Documentation. Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

Prina, F. , Dunbar, R. and Gurbo, M. (2020) Good Practices of Multilingual and Minority Language Medium Education. Documentation. Council of Europe Publishing, Strasbourg.

Conference or Workshop Item

Snitar, C. (2020) Soviet Intelligence and the Romanian Securitate: Methods of Surveillance and Interrogations, Preparation of Show-Trials, and ‘Re-Education’ in Prisons and Labour Camps. Political Police and the Soviet System: Insights from Newly Opened KGB Archives in the Former Soviet States, Georgetown University, 20 Apr 2020.

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2019

Number of items: 35.

Articles

Aliyev, H. (2019) The logic of ethnic responsibility and progovernment mobilization in East Ukraine conflict. Comparative Political Studies, 52(8), pp. 1200-1231. (doi: 10.1177/0010414019830730)

Aliyev, H. (2019) “No peace, no war” proponents? How pro-regime militias affect civil war termination and outcomes. Cooperation and Conflict, 54(1), pp. 64-82. (doi: 10.1177/0010836718766380)

Aliyev, H. (2019) When and how do militias disband? Global patterns of pro-government militia demobilization in civil wars. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 42(8), pp. 715-734. (doi: 10.1080/1057610X.2018.1425112)

Aliyev, H. and Souleimanov, E. A. (2019) Ethnicity and conflict severity: accounting for the effect of co-ethnic and non-ethnic militias on battlefield lethality. Third World Quarterly, 40(3), pp. 471-487. (doi: 10.1080/01436597.2018.1545568)

Aliyev, H. and Souleimanov, E. A. (2019) Why de facto states fail? Lessons from Chechen Republic of Ichkeria. Problems of Post-Communism, 66(3), pp. 161-171. (doi: 10.1080/10758216.2017.1383166)

Cheskin, A. and Kachuyevski, A. (2019) The Russian-speaking populations in the post-Soviet space: language, politics and identity. Europe-Asia Studies, 71(1), pp. 1-23. (doi: 10.1080/09668136.2018.1529467)

Chikhladze, T. and Aliyev, H. (2019) Towards an “uncivil” society? Informality and civil society in Georgia. Caucasus Survey, 7(3), pp. 197-213. (doi: 10.1080/23761199.2019.1690384)

Kaczmarski, M. (2019) Convergence or divergence? Visions of world order and the Russian-Chinese relationship. European Politics and Society, 20(2), pp. 207-224. (doi: 10.1080/23745118.2018.1545185)

Kaczmarski, M. (2019) Russia-China relations in Central Asia: why is there a surprising absence of rivalry? Open Forum,

Konn-Roberts, T. (2019) From Novorossiisk to Alexandria: British involvement in the evacuation of White Russian refugees, 1920. Slavonica, 24(1-2), pp. 89-105. (doi: 10.1080/13617427.2019.1688944)

Lee, M. J., Florea, A. and Blarel, N. (2019) Opening the black box of finance: north-south investment, political risk, and U.S. military intervention. Political Studies, 67(4), pp. 872-894. (doi: 10.1177/0032321718813570)

Mainwaring, C. and Cook, M. L. (2019) Immigration detention: an Anglo model. Migration Studies, 7(4), pp. 455-476. (doi: 10.1093/migration/mny015)

Smith, D. , Germane, M. and Housden, M. (2019) ‘Forgotten Europeans’: transnational minority activism in the age of European integration. Nations and Nationalism, 25(2), pp. 523-543. (doi: 10.1111/nana.12401)

Unkovski-Korica, V. (2019) From the Cold War to the Kosovo War: Yugoslavia and the British Labour Party. Revue d'Études Comparatives Est-Ouest, 2019/1(5), pp. 115-145. (doi: 10.3917/receo1.501.0115)

Varga, Z. (2019) Selected English-language bibliography of interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies 2018-2019. Hungarian Cultural Studies, 12, pp. 299-309. (doi: 10.5195/ahea.2019.366)

Books

Khairov, S. and Dunn, J. (2019) Russian For All Occasions: a Russian-English Dictionary of Collocations and Expressions. Routledge. ISBN 9781138960749

Mainwaring, Ċ. (2019) At Europe's Edge: Migration and Crisis in the Mediterranean. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780198842514 (doi: 10.1093/oso/9780198842514.001.0001)

Book Sections

Aliyev, H. (2019) Explaining de facto states’ failure. In: Hoch, T. and Kopeček, V. (eds.) De Facto States in Eurasia. Series: Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series (91). Routledge: London, pp. 252-261. ISBN 9780367199128 (doi: 10.4324/9780429244049-18)

Butler, E. (2019) Pipeline politics and energy (in)security in Central and South-Eastern Europe. In: Central and South-Eastern Europe 2019. Series: The Europa regional surveys of the world, 2019. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781857439601

Kaczmarski, M. (2019) Greater Eurasia: it's great-power status, stupid! In: Korosteleva, E., Paikin, Z. and Paduano, S. (eds.) Five Years After Maidan: Toward a Greater Eurasia? LSE IDEAS, pp. 10-17.

Kaczmarski, M. (2019) Russia and China in global governance. In: Paral Dal, E. and Erşen, E. (eds.) Russia in the Changing International System. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, pp. 95-112. ISBN 9783030218317 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-21832-4_6)

Kay, R. and Trevena, P. (2019) ‘New’ migrations transforming the city: Central and East European settlement in Glasgow. In: Kintrea, K. and Madgin, R. (eds.) Transforming Glasgow: Beyond the Post-Industrial City. Policy Press: Bristol. ISBN 9781447349778

Khairov, S. (2019) -Kto? – Kon’ v pal’to! Dialogicheskie Idiomy v Slavianckich Iazykach: Iazykovaia Igra I Rechevaia Agressiia = -Kto? – Kon’ v pal’to! Slavonic dialogue idioms as language play and verbal aggression. In: Emotsional’naia sfera cheloveka w iazyke i kommunikatsii: sinkhroniia i diakhroniia. – Materialy mezhdunarodnoi konferencii. Institut Iazykoznaniia RAN: Moscow, pp. 241-247.

Prina, F. , Smith, D. J. and Molnar Sansum, J. (2019) National cultural autonomy and linguistic rights in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Hogan-Brun, G. and O'Rourke, B. (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Minority Languages and Communities. Palgrave Macmillan: London, pp. 181-205. ISBN 9781137540652 (doi: 10.1057/978-1-137-54066-9_7)

Smith, D. J. (2019) Addressing the dilemmas of ethno-cultural diversity in the modern world: national-cultural autonomy – Utopian vision or practical solution? In: Berjelung, A. and Maier, A. (eds.) Researches on Israel and Aram: Autonomy, Interdependence and Related Issues. Proceedings of the First Annual RIAB Center Conference, Leipzig, June 2016. Research on Israel and Aram in Biblical Times I. Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen. ISBN 9783161577192

Smith, D. J. and Semenyshyn, M. (2019) Effective participation of national minorities, representation and self-governance in Zakarpattya, Ukraine. In: Romans, W. and Ulasiuk, I. (eds.) The Effective Participation of National Minorities in Public Life - 20 Years after Lund. Brill. (Accepted for Publication)

Snitar, C. (2019) Women’s experiences of 1956: Student protesters and partisans in Romania. In: Hignett, K., Ilic, M., Leinarte, D. and Snitar, C. (eds.) Women's Experiences of Repression in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Routledge. ISBN 9780367884574

Varga, Z. (2019) Composing for the screen, composing for the stage: Hungarian film composers in the interwar period. In: Barham, J. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Global Film Music in the Early Sound Era. Routledge: London. (Accepted for Publication)

Varga, Z. (2019) Egy magyar hölgy iratai. In: Török, Z. (ed.) Nőszerzők a 19. században: lehetőségek és korlátok = Women writers in the 19th century: Opportunities and Obstacles. Series: Reciti konferenciakötetek (4). Reciti: Budapest, pp. 107-121. ISBN 9786155478765

Varga, Z. (2019) Foreword: 'A Nation Adrift: The 1944-1945 Wartime Diaries of Miksa Fenyő'. In: Fenyo, M. and Fenyo, M. D. (eds.) A Nation Adrift: The 1944-1945 Wartime Diaries of Miksa Fenyő. Helena History Press: St Helena, vii-xxi. ISBN 9780985943363

Book Reviews

Slade, G. (2019) Prison Worlds: An Ethnography of the Carceral Condition, by Didier Fassin. Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2017. 382 pp. $28.95 paper. ISBN: 9781509507559. Contemporary Sociology, 48(3), pp. 303-304. (doi: 10.1177/0094306119842138o)[Book Review]

Research Reports or Papers

Boswell, C., Bell, D., Copus, A., Kay, R. and Kulu, H. (2019) UK Immigration Policy After Leaving the EU: Impacts on Scotland's Economy, Population and Society. Other. Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

Kaczmarski, M. , Jakóbowski, J. and Kardaś, S. (2019) The Effects of China's Economic Expansion on Eastern Partnership Countries. Working Paper. EU-STRAT.

Exhibitions

Khairov, S. and Savkin, A. (2019) Возвращения = Returns. [Exhibitions]

Website

Hardman, H. (2019) In the name of parliamentary sovereignty: how the conflict between the UK government and the courts over prisoner voting rights was really about executive power. [Website]

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2018

Number of items: 37.

Articles

Butler, E. (2018) 16+1: the EU’s concerns of a Chinese ‘Trojan Horse’. EuropeNow,

Butler, E. (2018) Hungary election: Viktor Orbán tightens his grip with a super-majority. Conversation, 09 Apr,

Cox, T. (2018) Bifurcation, stratification and informality in post-socialist welfare regimes. Intersections: East European Journal of Society and Politics, 40(1), pp. 24-44.

Florea, A. (2018) Authority contestation during and after civil war. Perspectives on Politics, 16(1), pp. 149-155. (doi: 10.1017/S1537592717004030)

Florea, A. (2018) Spatial rivalry and coups against dictators. Security Studies, 27(1), pp. 1-26. (doi: 10.1080/09636412.2017.1360072)

Kaczmarski, M. (2018) The Sino-Russian relationship: fellow travellers in the West-dominated world. China Quarterly, 236, pp. 1197-1205. (doi: 10.1017/S0305741018001649)

Kay, R. and Flynn, M. (2018) Introduction: migrant experiences of emotional and material (in)security: post-socialist perspectives. Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 7(1), pp. 5-15. (doi: 10.17467/ceemr.2018.06)

Kay, R. and Trevena, P. (2018) (In)security, family and settlement: migration decisions amongst Central and East European families in Scotland. Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 7(1), pp. 17-33. (doi: 10.17467/ceemr.2017.17)

Konn-Roberts, T. (2018) Hugh George Brennan: Glasgow University's first lecturer in Russian. Slavonica, 23(1), pp. 7-24. (doi: 10.1080/13617427.2018.1469278)

Loader, M. (2018) A Stalinist purge in the Khrushchev era? The Latvian Communist Party purge, 1959–1963. Slavonic and East European Review, 96(2), pp. 244-282. (doi: 10.5699/slaveasteurorev2.96.2.0244)

Mainwaring, C. and Walton-Roberts, M. (2018) Borders, (dis)order, and exclusion: migration governance at the margins. International Journal of Migration and Border Studies, 4(1/2), pp. 1-11.

Mainwaring, C. and Walton-Roberts, M. (2018) Governing migration from the margins. Social and Legal Studies, 27(2), pp. 131-141. (doi: 10.1177/0964663917749990)

Prina, F. (2018) National in form, Putinist in content: minority institutions ‘outside politics’. Europe-Asia Studies, 70(8), pp. 1236-1263. (doi: 10.1080/09668136.2018.1465892)

Prina, F. and Berdiqulov, A. (2018) Majorities and minorities in the Post-Soviet space: Continuity and change. ECMI Working Papers(105),

Slade, G. and Vaičiūnienė, R. (2018) In comparative perspective: the effects of incarceration abroad on penal subjectivity among prisoners in Lithuania. European Journal of Criminology, 15(2), pp. 217-234. (doi: 10.1177/1477370817726716)

Souleimanov, E. A., Abrahamyan, E. and Aliyev, H. (2018) Unrecognized states as a means of coercive diplomacy? Assessing the role of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in Russia’s foreign policy in the South Caucasus. Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 18(1), pp. 73-86. (doi: 10.1080/14683857.2017.1390830)

Souleimanov, E. A., Aliyev, H. and Ratelle, J.-F. (2018) Defected and loyal? A case study of counter-defection mechanisms inside Chechen paramilitaries. Terrorism and Political Violence, 30(4), pp. 616-636. (doi: 10.1080/09546553.2016.1194270)

Stella, F. , Flynn, M. and Gawlewicz, A. (2018) Unpacking the meanings of ‘a normal life’ among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Eastern European migrants in Scotland. Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 7(1), pp. 55-72. (doi: 10.17467/ceemr.2017.16)

Varga, Z. (2018) Selected English-language bibliography of interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2017-2018. Hungarian Cultural Studies Journal, 11, pp. 144-151. (doi: 10.5195/ahea.2018.328)

Book Sections

Aliyev, H. (2018) End to informality? Examining the impact of institutional reforms on informal institutions in post-Euromaidan Ukraine. In: Polese, A., Rekhviashvili, L., Kovács, B. and Morris, J. (eds.) Post-socialist Informalities: Power, Agency and the Construction of Extra-legalities from Bosnia to China. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138296220

Butler, E. (2018) Conclusion: CEE energy security - more than Russia. In: Ostrowski, W. and Butler, E. (eds.) Understanding Energy Security in Central and Eastern Europe: Russia, Transition and National Interest. Series: Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series (81). Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY. ISBN 9781138120341

Butler, E. (2018) Hungary. In: Ostrowski, W. and Butler, E. (eds.) Understanding Energy Security in Central and Eastern Europe: Russia, Transition and National Interest. Series: Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series (81). Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY. ISBN 9781138120341

Cox, T. (2018) Debating transition. In: Ostrowski, W. and Butler, E. (eds.) Understanding Energy Security in Central and Eastern Europe: Russia, Transition and National Interest. Series: Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Series (81). Routledge: London, UK, pp. 32-51. ISBN 9781138120341 (hbk) 9781317311058 (ebk)

Cox, T. (2018) Social inequality and poverty in the V4 countries. In: Kuttor, D. (ed.) Visegrad Mosaic: New Colours and Old Contours. University of Miskolc: Miskolc, pp. 119-133. ISBN 9789633581575

Podgórska, K. and Trevena, P. (2018) Polityka integracyjna: teoria i praktyka. In: Lesińska, M. and Okólski, M. (eds.) 25 wykładów o migracjach = 25 Lectures on Migration. Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar: Warsaw. ISBN 9788373835511

Prina, F. , Smith, D. and Molnar Sansum, J. (2018) National cultural autonomy in Central and Eastern Europe: Challenges and possibilities. In: Nimni, E. and Aktprak, E. (eds.) Democracy in Plurinational States: The Kurds in Turkey. Series: Comparative territorial politics. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, Switzerland. ISBN 9783030011079 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-01108-6_5)

Slade, G. (2018) Obshchak. In: Ledeneva, A. (ed.) The Global Encyclopaedia of Informality. Series: FRINGE, II. UCL Press: London, pp. 80-83. ISBN 9781787351912

Unkovski-Korica, V. (2018) Neravnomeran i spojen razvoj: „novi trockistički međunarodni odnosi“. In: Jović, D. (ed.) Marksističke teorije međunarodnih odnosa = Marxist Theories of International Relations. Fakultet Političkih Znanosti: Zagreb. ISBN 9789538174087

Edited Books

Cox, T. (Ed.) (2018) Geoffrey Swain: Against the Grain. Series: Routledge Europe-Asia studies. Routledge. ISBN 9781138306707

Ostrowski, W. and Butler, E. (Eds.) (2018) Understanding Energy Security in Central and Eastern Europe: Russia, Transition and National Interest. Series: Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY. ISBN 9781138120341

Research Reports or Papers

Butler, E. and Ostrowski, W. (2018) Rethinking Energy Policy in Central and Eastern Europe. Working Paper. European Centre for Energy and Resource Security, King's College London.

Jakóbowski, J., Popławski, K. and Kaczmarski, M. (2018) The Silk Railroad: the EU-China rail connections: background, actors, interests. Discussion Paper. Centre for Eastern Studies, Warsaw.

Kaczmarski, M. (2018) Russian-Chinese relations in Eurasia: harmonization or subordination? Discussion Paper. Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki.

Kaczmarski, M. , Katz, M. N. and Tiilikainen, T. (2018) The Sino-Russian and US-Russian Relationships: Current Developments and Future Trends. FIIA Report 57, December 2018. Project Report. Finnish Institute of International Affairs.

Kyambi, S., Kay, R. , Boswell, C., Taggart, K. and Porteous, H. (2018) Choices Ahead: Approaches to Lower Skilled Labour Migration After Brexit. Project Report. Centre on Constitutional Change.

Trevena, P. (2018) Attracting and retaining migrants in Scotland: is a social integration strategy the answer? SPICe Briefing 18-44. Project Report. Scottish Parliament.

Conference or Workshop Item

Snitar, C. (2018) The Efficiency of Surveillance in 1950s Communist Romania between Myth and Reality. BASEES Annual Conference, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, UK, 13-15 Apr 2018.

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