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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)

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, (doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2021.1886061) (Early Online Publication)

Mainwaring, Ċ. and DeBono, D. (2021) Criminalizing solidarity: search and rescue in a neo-colonial sea. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, (doi: 10.1177/2399654420979314) (Early Online Publication)

Powell, S. R. and Florea, A. (2021) Introducing the Armed Nonstate Actor Rivalry Dataset (ANARD). Civil Wars, (doi: 10.1080/13698249.2021.1883334) (Early Online Publication)

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)

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.

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

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Number of items: 36.

Articles

Aliyev, H. (2020) Pro-government anti-government armed groups? Toward theorizing pro-government "government challengers". Terrorism and Political Violence, (doi: 10.1080/09546553.2020.1785877) (Early Online Publication)

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) "Unlikely recruits": why politically-irrelevant ethnic minorities participate in civil wars? Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, (doi: 10.1080/1057610X.2020.1793457) (Early Online Publication)

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. (2020) After personalism: rethinking power transfers in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Journal of Contemporary Asia, (doi: 10.1080/00472336.2020.1772853) (Early Online Publication)

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)

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)

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.

Smith, D. J. (2020) One Russia, many worlds: balancing external homeland nationalism and internal ethnocultural diversity. Eurasian Geography and Economics, (doi: 10.1080/15387216.2020.1801480) (Early Online Publication)

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) Selected English-language bibliography of interest for Hungarian cultural studies: 2018-2019. 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)

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]

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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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) Imagining Hungary through literature: the literary reputation of Magda Szabó and László Krasznahorkai. Porównania, 24, (Accepted for Publication)

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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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,

Butler, M., Slade, G. and Dias, C. N. (2018) Self-governing prisons: prison gangs in an international perspective. Trends in Organized Crime, (doi: 10.1007/s12117-018-9338-7) (Early Online Publication)

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.

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Articles

Aliyev, H. (2017) Informal institutions in Azerbaijan: exploring the intricacies of tapsh. Europe-Asia Studies, 69(4), pp. 594-613. (doi: 10.1080/09668136.2017.1329404)

Aliyev, H. (2017) Precipitating state failure: do civil wars and violent non-state actors create failed states? Third World Quarterly, 38(9), pp. 1973-1989. (doi: 10.1080/01436597.2017.1319276)

Anceschi, L. (2017) Turkmenistan and the virtual politics of Eurasian energy: the case of the TAPI pipeline project. Central Asian Survey, 36(4), pp. 409-429. (doi: 10.1080/02634937.2017.1391747)

Butler, E. (2017) The "in defense of national identity" argument: comparing the UK and Hungarian referendums of 2016. Europe Now, 2017(4), 01 Feb.

Cheskin, A. (2017) Russian soft power in Ukraine: A structural perspective. Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 50(4), pp. 277-287. (doi: 10.1016/j.postcomstud.2017.09.001)

Florea, A. (2017) De facto states: survival and disappearance (1945-2011). International Studies Quarterly, 61(2), pp. 337-351. (doi: 10.1093/isq/sqw049)

Flynn, M. and Kay, R. (2017) Migrants’ experiences of material and emotional security in rural Scotland: implications for longer-term settlement. Journal of Rural Studies, 52, pp. 56-65. (doi: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2017.03.010)

Kaczmarski, M. (2017) Non-western visions of regionalism: China's New Silk Road and Russia's Eurasian Economic Union. International Affairs, 93(6), pp. 1357-1376. (doi: 10.1093/ia/iix182)

Kaczmarski, M. (2017) Two ways of influence-building: the Eurasian Economic Union and the One Belt, One Road initiative. Europe-Asia Studies, 69(7), pp. 1027-1046. (doi: 10.1080/09668136.2017.1373270)

Khairov, S. (2017) The alphabet in linguistic imagology. Ideological and aesthetic values in the disputes on the pre-reform Cyrillic letters in Russia before and after 1918. Studi Slavistici, 14, pp. 293-307. (doi: 10.13128/Studi_Slavis-21948)

Loader, M. (2017) The death of ‘Socialism with a Latvian Face’: the purge of the Latvian national communists, July 1959–1962. Journal of Baltic Studies, 48(2), pp. 161-181. (doi: 10.1080/01629778.2016.1244771)

Loader, M. (2017) Restricting Russians: language and immigration laws in Soviet Latvia, 1956-1959. Nationalities Papers, 45(6), pp. 1082-1099. (doi: 10.1080/00905992.2017.1335298)

Mainwaring, C. and Silverman, S. J. (2017) Detention-as-spectacle. International Political Sociology, 11(1), pp. 21-38. (doi: 10.1093/ips/olw016)

Molnar Sansum, J. (2017) Az 1993-as magyarországi kisebbségi törvény parlamenti vitája. Regio, 25(3), pp. 182-202. (doi: 10.17355/rkkpt.v25i3.183)

Polese, A., Seliverstova, O., Cheskin, A. and Perchoc, P. (2017) Consommation, identité et intégration en Estonie et en Lettonie. Hermès: La Revue, 77(1), pp. 141-150.

Prina, F. (2017) A nemzeti kulturális autonómia egy többnemzetiségű államszövetségben: Oroszország helyzete. Regio, 25(3), pp. 130-153. (doi: 10.17355/rkkpt.v25i3.175)

Prina, F. (2017) Russia's 'myth' of equality in a securitized context. Europe Now, 13, 10.

Slade, G. (2017) Informality as illegality in Georgia's anti-mafia campaign. Caucasus Survey, 5(1), pp. 51-64. (doi: 10.1080/23761199.2017.1283940)

Slade, G. and Kupatadze, A. (2017) Popular punitiveness? Punishment and attitudes to law in post-Soviet Georgia. Europe-Asia Studies, 69(6), pp. 879-896. (doi: 10.1080/09668136.2017.1357165)

Smith, D. J. (2017) A nem-területi / nemzeti-kulturális autonómia. Dinamikák és gyakorlatok. Regio, 25(3), pp. 113-129. (doi: 10.17355/rkkpt.v25i3.174)

Smith, D. J. (2017) Nemzeti-kulturális autonómia a mai Észtországban: A valódi jelentőségtől a szimbolikusig? Regio, 25(3), pp. 154-181. (doi: 10.17355/rkkpt.v25i3.176)

Varga, Z. (2017) Selected English-language bibliography of interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2016-2017. Hungarian Cultural Studies Journal, 10, pp. 173-181. (doi: 10.5195/ahea.2017.312)

Books

Aliyev, H. (2017) When Informal Institutions Change: Institutional Reforms and Informal Practices in the Former Soviet Union. University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor. ISBN 9780472130474 (doi:10.3998/mpub.8772004)

Souleimanov, E. A. and Aliyev, H. (2017) How Socio-Cultural Codes Shaped Violent Mobilization and Pro-Insurgent Support in the Chechen Wars. Series: Palgrave pivot. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, Switzerland. ISBN 9783319529165 (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-52917-2)

Book Sections

Anceschi, L. (2017) Kazakhstani neo-Eurasianism and Nazarbayev’s anti-imperial foreign policy. In: Bassin, M. and Pozo, G. (eds.) The Politics of Eurasianism: Identity, Culture and Russia’s Foreign Policy. Rowman & Littlefield International, Ltd., pp. 283-300. ISBN 9781786601612

Butler, E. (2017) Central Europe. In: Stang, G. (ed.) Securing the Energy Union: Five Pillars and Five Regions. Series: Institute for Security Studies reports (32). EUISS: Paris, pp. 17-23. ISBN 9789291986149

Butler, E. (2017) Pipeline politics and energy (in)security in Central and South-Eastern Europe. In: Central and South-Eastern Europe 2018. Series: The Europa regional surveys of the world, 2018. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781857438765

Dickson, B. and Hardman, H. (2017) Introduction. In: Hardman, H. and Dickson, B. (eds.) Electoral Rights in Europe: Advances and Challenges. Series: Routledge studies in elections, democracy and autocracy (2). Routledge. ISBN 9781138203914

Florea, A. (2017) Theories of civil war onset: promises and pitfalls. In: Thompson, W. (ed.) The Oxford Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory [online]. Oxford University Press. (doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.325)

Hardman, H. (2017) The impact of elections and voter de-alignment on human rights. In: Hardman, H. and Dickson, B. (eds.) Electoral Rights in Europe: Advances and Challenges. Series: Routledge studies in elections, democracy and autocracy (2). Routledge. ISBN 9781138203914

Hardman, H. and Dickson, B. (2017) Conclusions. In: Hardman, H. and Dickson, B. (eds.) Electoral Rights in Europe: Advances and Challenges. Series: Routledge studies in elections, democracy and autocracy (2). Routledge. ISBN 9781138203914

Kivinen, M. and Cox, T. (2017) Russian modernisation: a new paradigm. In: Kivinen, M. and Cox, T. (eds.) Russian Modernisation: Structures and Agencies. Series: Routledge Europe-Asia Studies. Routledge. ISBN 9781138298835

Slade, G. (2017) Punishment and state-building in Post-Soviet Georgia. In: Heathershaw, J. and Schatz, E. (eds.) Paradox of Power: The Logics of State Weakness in Eurasia. Series: Central Eurasia in context series. University of Pittsburgh Press: Pittsburgh, PA, pp. 88-104. ISBN 9780822964414

Slade, G. (2017) Remembering and forgetting the Gulag: prison tourism across the post-Soviet region. In: Wilson, J. Z., Hodgkinson, S., Piché, J. and Walby, K. (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism. Series: Palgrave studies in prisons and penology. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137561343

Slade, G. (2017) 'A return to Gulags'? Explaining trends in post-Soviet prison rates. In: Melossi, D., Sozzo, M. and Brandariz García, J. A. (eds.) The Political Economy of Punishment Today: Visions, Debates and Challenges. Series: Routledge critical studies in crime, diversity and criminal justice (2). Routledge: New York, pp. 185-204. ISBN 9781138686281

Smith, D. J. (2017) State, nation and sovereignty in a century of uncertainty and change: turning points and continuities in latvian society and polity. In: Smith, D. J. (ed.) Latvia - A Work in Progress?:One Hundred Years of State- and Nation-Building. Series: Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society (142). ibidem-Verlag: Stuttgart, pp. 11-28. ISBN 9783838206486

Smith, D. J. (2017) Why remember Paul Schiemann? In: Smith, D. J. (ed.) Latvia - A Work in Progress?:One Hundred Years of State- and Nation-Building. Series: Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society (142). ibidem-Verlag: Stuttgart. ISBN 9783838206486

Snitar, C. (2017) Radio free Europe and the 1956 students' movement in Timisoara. In: Radio Europa Liberă și mișcarea studenților timișoreni în 1956. ..

Varga, Z. (2017) Starlets and heart-throbs: Hungarian cinema in the interwar period. In: Ostrowska, D., Pitassio, F. and Varga, Z. (eds.) Popular Cinemas in East Central Europe: Film Cultures and Histories. Series: International Library of the Moving Image. I.B. Tauris: London, pp. 47-64. ISBN 9781784533977

Book Reviews

Swain, G. (2017) The Centenary of the Russian Revolution: New Directions in Research. Revolutionary Russia, 30(2), pp. 278-281. (doi: 10.1080/09546545.2017.1383732)[Book Review]

Swain, G. (2017) Peasants, Power, and Place. Revolution in the Villages of Kharkiv Province, 1914–1921. Europe-Asia Studies, 69(5), pp. 838-839. (doi: 10.1080/09668136.2017.1327736)[Book Review]

Varga, Z. (2017) The Cinema of István Szabó: Visions of Europe. Slavonica, 22(1-2), pp. 98-100. (doi: 10.1080/13617427.2017.1382675)[Book Review]

Edited Books

Hardman, H. and Dickson, B. (Eds.) (2017) Electoral Rights in Europe: Advances and Challenges. Series: Routledge studies in elections, democracy and autocracy. Routledge. ISBN 9781138203914

Smith, D. J. (Ed.) (2017) Latvia - A Work in Progress?: 100 Years of State- and Nationbuilding. Series: Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society. ibidem-Verlag: Stuttgart, pp. 11-28. ISBN 9783838206486

Ostrowska, D., Pitassio, F. and Varga, Z. (Eds.) (2017) Popular Cinemas in East Central Europe: Film Cultures and Histories. I.B. Tauris: London. ISBN 9781784533977

Kivinen, M. and Cox, T. (Eds.) (2017) Russian Modernisation: Structures and Agencies. Series: Routledge Europe-Asia Studies. Routledge. ISBN 9781138298835

Szerb, A. (2017) Reflections in the library: Selected Literary Essays 1926-1944. Series: Studies in Comparative Literature. Legenda: Modern Humanities Research Association: Oxford. ISBN 9781781884614

Research Reports or Papers

Kaczmarski, M. (2017) Russia-China relations and the West. Working Paper. Centre for Transatlantic Relations.

Stella, F. , Flynn, M. and Gawlewicz, A. (2017) Intimate Migrations Final Report - Appendix 2: Recommendations from Second Consultation Event. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Conference or Workshop Item

Snitar, C. (2017) Romanian Women's Experiences of 1956. Leeds, 2017.

Snitar, C. (2017) Surveillance in Communist Romania. Stockholm University Workshop, 2017.

Exhibitions

Khairov, S. (2017) Letters from Russia. Monochrome Photography Exhibition. Lecture: On the semiotics of photography in the USSR and after: some notes from within. [Exhibitions]

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Articles

Aliyev, H. (2016) Assessing the European Union’s assistance to civil society in its eastern neighbourhood: lessons from the South Caucasus. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 24(1), pp. 42-60. (doi: 10.1080/14782804.2015.1056112)

Aliyev, H. (2016) End to informality? Examining the impact of institutional reforms on informal institutions in post-Euromaidan Ukraine. Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 24(3), pp. 207-221. (doi: 10.1080/0965156X.2016.1260206)

Aliyev, H. (2016) Strong militias, weak states and armed violence: towards a theory of ‘state-parallel’ paramilitaries. Security Dialogue, 47(6), pp. 498-516. (doi: 10.1177/0967010616669900)

Brigden, N. and Mainwaring, Ċ. (2016) Matryoshka journeys: im/mobility during migration. Geopolitics, 21(2), pp. 407-434. (doi: 10.1080/14650045.2015.1122592)

Kaczmarski, M. (2016) The asymmetric partnership? Russia’s turn to China. International Politics, 53(3), pp. 415-434. (doi: 10.1057/ip.2016.7)

Kocsis, K., Molnár Sansum, J., Kreinin, L., Michalkó, G., Bottlik, Z., Szabó, B., Balizs, D. and Varga, G. (2016) Geographical characteristics of contemporary international migration in and into Europe. Hungarian Geographical Bulletin, 65(4), pp. 369-390. (doi: 10.15201/hungeobull.65.4.6)

Kuhrt, N. and Kaczmarski, M. (2016) Introduction to special issue: Violence in the Post-Soviet Space. Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society, 2(2), pp. 1-10.

Kuhrt, N. and Kaczmarski, M. (2016) Special Issue: Violence in the Post-Soviet Space [Guest Editors]. Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society, 2(2),

Loader, M. (2016) Beria and Khrushchev: the power struggle over nationality policy and the case of Latvia. Europe-Asia Studies, 68(10), pp. 1759-1792. (doi: 10.1080/09668136.2016.1257701)

Loader, M. (2016) The rebellious republic: the 1958 education reform and Soviet Latvia. Journal of the Institute of Latvian History, 2016(3), pp. 113-139.

Mainwaring, Ċ. (2016) Migrant agency: negotiating borders and migration controls. Migration Studies, 4(3), pp. 289-308. (doi: 10.1093/migration/mnw013)

Mainwaring, Ċ. and Brigden, N. (2016) Beyond the border: clandestine migration journeys. Geopolitics, 21(2), pp. 243-262. (doi: 10.1080/14650045.2016.1165575)

Prina, F. (2016) National cultural autonomy: Russia’s model, the Tatars and ethno-cultural education. Tatarica, 1(6), pp. 175-188.

Ryan, L., Lopez Rodriguez, M. and Trevena, P. (2016) Opportunities and challenges of unplanned follow-up interviews: experiences with Polish migrants in London. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 17(2), 26.

Slade, G. (2016) Violence as information during prison reform: evidence from the Post-Soviet region. British Journal of Criminology, 56(5), pp. 937-955. (doi: 10.1093/bjc/azv085)

Smith, D. J. (2016) Estonia: a model for interwar Europe? Ethnopolitics, 15(1), pp. 89-104. (doi: 10.1080/17449057.2015.1101841)

Souleimanov, E. A. and Aliyev, H. (2016) Evaluating the efficacy of indigenous forces in counterinsurgency: lessons from Chechnya and Dagestan. Small Wars and Insurgencies, 27(3), pp. 392-416. (doi: 10.1080/09592318.2016.1151658)

Trevena, P., McGhee, D. and Heath, S. (2016) Parental capital and strategies for school choice making: Polish parents in England and Scotland. Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 5(1), pp. 71-92.

Unkovski-Korica, V. (2016) World War II and the national question: the origins of the autonomous status of Vojvodina in Yugoslavia. Europe-Asia Studies, 68(10), pp. 1712-1735. (doi: 10.1080/09668136.2016.1257700)

Varga, Z. (2016) Selected English-language bibliography of interest for Hungarian Cultural Studies: 2015-2016. Hungarian Cultural Studies Journal, 9, pp. 209-219. (doi: 10.5195/ahea.2016.246)

Books

Cheskin, A. (2016) Russian-Speakers in Post-Soviet Latvia: Discursive Identity Strategies. Series: Russian language and society. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748697434 (doi:10.3366/edinburgh/9780748697434.001.0001)

Prina, F. (2016) National Minorities in Putin's Russia: Diversity and Assimilation. Series: Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series. Routledge. ISBN 9781138780828

Unkovski-Korica, V. (2016) The Economic Struggle for Power in Tito’s Yugoslavia: From World War II to Non-Alignment. I.B. Tauris. ISBN 9781780763286

Book Sections

Butler, E. (2016) Pipeline politics and energy (in)security in Central and South-Eastern Europe. In: Europa Publications, (ed.) Central and South-Eastern Europe 2017. Series: The Europa regional surveys of the world, 2017. Routledge: London, pp. 27-31. ISBN 9781857438444

Cheskin, A. and March, L. (2016) Latvia’s ‘Russian left’: trapped between ethnic, socialist, and social-democratic identities. In: March, L. and Keith, D. (eds.) Europe's Radical Left: From Marginality to the Mainstream? Rowman & Littlefield: London, pp. 231-252. ISBN 9781783485352

Mainwaring, Ċ. (2016) Transnational migration and control: immigration detention on the edge of Europe. In: Furman, R., Epps, D. and Lamphear, G. (eds.) Detaining the Immigrant Other: Global and Transnational Issues. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 117-128. ISBN 978190222574

Molnár, J. and Kóródi, T. (2016) A new era of Hungarian emigration: why are residents of Hungary thinking about leaving their home country? In: Polgár, I., Horga, I. and Brie, M. (eds.) Migration and European Integration of Minorities. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing, pp. 215-229.

Prina, F. (2016) Shrinking autonomy for Tatarstan and Gagauzia: the perils of flexible institutional design. In: Nicolini, M., Palermo, F. and Milano, E. (eds.) Law, Territory, and Conflict Resolution: Law as a Problem and Law as a Solution. Series: Studies in territorial and cultural diversity governance (6). Brill: Leiden, pp. 244-269. ISBN 9789004311282

Prina, F. and Bowring, B. (2016) Migrants' Diversity in the United Kingdom and the challenges of integration = Mnogoobrazie migrantskikh grupp v Velikobritanii i trudnosti integratsii. In: Stepanov, V. (ed.) Migration and Migrants in Russia and the World = Migratsiya i Migranty v Rossii i v Mire. Russian Academy of Sciences: Moscow, pp. 345-358.

Smith, D. (2016) National cultural autonomy. In: Cordell, K. and Wolff, S. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Ethnic Conflict. 2nd edition. Series: Routledge handbooks. Routledge: London, pp. 267-277. ISBN 9781138847736

Varga, Z. (2016) The critical reception of Henry James. In: Hubbard, T. (ed.) Critical insights: Henry James. Series: Critical Insights. Salem Press: Ipswich, Massachusetts, pp. 52-71. ISBN 9781619258365

Varga, Z. (2016) Emília Kánya: author, editor, educator. In: Tutavac, V. and Korotin, I. (eds.) Frauenbildung und Emanzipation in der HabsburgerMonarchie. Der südslawische Raum und seine Wechselwirkung zu Wien, Prag und Budapest. Praesens: Wien, pp. 214-232. ISBN 9783706908504

Varga, Z. (2016) Translation, modernisation and the female pen: Hungarian women as literary mediators in the nineteenth century. In: Kiséry, A., Komáromy, Z. and Varga, Z. (eds.) Worlds of Hungarian Writing. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press: Madison, New Jersey, pp. 75-92. ISBN 9781611478402

Book Reviews

Unkovski-Korica, V. (2016) Constructing Yugoslavia: a transnational history; Remembering Utopia: the culture of everyday life in socialist Yugoslavia. Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 24(1), pp. 98-101. (doi: 10.1080/0965156X.2016.1171014)[Book Review]

Edited Books

Snitar, C. (Ed.) (2016) Echoes of the 1956 Hungarian Revolt in Romania, 60 Years After. Series: Briefing book. National Security Archive.

Phipps, A. and Kay, R. (Eds.) (2016) Languages in Migratory Settings: Place, Politics, and Aesthetics. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138911970

Kiséry, A., Komáromy, Z. and Varga, Z. (Eds.) (2016) Worlds of Hungarian Writing: National Literature as Intercultural Exchange. Fairleight Dickinson University Press. ISBN 9781611478402

Research Reports or Papers

Butler, E. (2016) Brexit and the Balkans: Implications for Future EU Enlargement. Discussion Paper. University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh.

Kaczmarski, M. (2016) An essential partner in the background. Europe in China's policy during the rule of Xi Jinping. Discussion Paper. Centre for Eastern Studies, Warsaw.

Kaczmarski, M. (2016) 'Silk globalisation'. China's vision of international order. Discussion Paper. Centre for Eastern Studies, Warsaw.

Smith, D. J. and Semenyshyn, M. (2016) Territorial-Administrative Decentralisation and Ethnocultural Diversity in Ukraine: Addressing Hungarian Autonomy Claims in Zakarpattya. Working Paper. European Centre for Minority Issues.

Stella, F. , Gawlewicz, A. and Flynn, M. (2016) Intimate Migrations: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Migrants in Scotland. Project Report. GRAMNet, Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Conference or Workshop Item

Butler, E. (2016) Illiberalism in Central Europe: The view from the West. ECPR General Conference 2017, Charles University, Prague, 7-10 Sept 2016. (Unpublished)

Butler, E. (2016) The Legacy of Chernobyl: Contemporary Politics of Nuclear Energy in Central and Eastern Europe. Leverhulme International Network Event, Exploring Russian and Soviet Environmental History, The Desyatka Hotel, Chernobyl, Ukraine, 27 June - 2 July 2016. (Unpublished)

Molnár, J. (2016) Ethnic diversity, Autonomy and Political Community in Central and Eastern Europe: The Hungarian Case. 21st Annual World Convention of the Association for Study of Nationalities, New York, NY, USA, 14-16 Apr 2016.

Molnár, J. (2016) Ethnic Diversity, Autonomy and Political Community in Central and Eastern Europe: The Preliminary Results of the Romanian Case Studies. Rights in Diverse Societies: Gender, Migration and Ethnopolitics in the EU, Belfast, UK, 18-19 Nov 2016.

Molnár, J. (2016) "Régi" és "új" kisebbségek (nemzetiségiek és bevándorlók) - Integráció és kultúrális autonómia. VIII. Magyar Földrajzi Konferencia, Eger, Hungary, 26-28 Aug 2016.

Snitar, C. (2016) The Cold War and Romanian Justice: How the Suez Crisis determined the fate of participants in the 1956 Students' Movement in Timisoara. ECPR General Conference, Charles University, Prague, 7-10 Sept 2016.

Snitar, C. (2016) The Echoes of the 1956 Hungarian Revolt in Timisoara. BASEES Regional Conference 2016, Budapest, 8-9 Dec 2016.

Snitar, C. (2016) Life Behind Communist Bars. University of Glasgow, Work in Progress Series, 2016.

Snitar, C. (2016) Opposing Communism: The 1956 Students' Movement in Timisoara. The Student Milieu in the Soviet Bloc Countries 1945–1989, Wrocław (Poland), 29 Nov-1 Dec 2016.

Conference Proceedings

Germane, M., Smith, D. J. and Housden, M. (2016) Ethnic Minority Activism in Europe from a Transnational Perspective. In: 21st Annual ASN World Convention, New York, NY, USA, 14-16 Apr 2016, (Unpublished)

Smith, D. J. (2016) National-Cultural Autonomy Today: To What End and for Whom? In: 21st Annual ASN World Convention, New York, NY, USA, 14-16 Apr 2016, (Unpublished)

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Articles

Aliyev, H. (2015) Examining the use of informal networks by NGOs in Azerbaijan and Georgia. Journal of Civil Society, 11(3), pp. 317-332. (doi: 10.1080/17448689.2015.1069524)

Aliyev, H. (2015) Informal networks as sources of human (in)security in the South Caucasus. Global Change, Peace and Security, 27(2), pp. 191-206. (doi: 10.1080/14781158.2015.1019844)

Aliyev, H. (2015) Post-Soviet informality: towards theory-building. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 35(3/4), pp. 182-198. (doi: 10.1108/IJSSP-05-2014-0041)

Anceschi, L. (2015) The irreplaceables in Central Asia. Open Democracy, 2015, 24 Apr.

Anceschi, L. (2015) The persistence of media control under consolidated authoritarianism: containing Kazakhstan’s digital media. Demokratizatsiya, 23(3), pp. 277-295.

Berrington, A., Perelli-Harris, B. and Trevena, P. (2015) Commitment and the changing sequence of cohabitation, childbearing, and marriage. Demographic Research, 33(12), pp. 327-362. (doi: 10.4054/DemRes.2015.33.12)

Cheskin, A. (2015) Identity and integration of Russian speakers in the Baltic states: a framework for analysis. Ethnopolitics, 14(1), pp. 72-93. (doi: 10.1080/17449057.2014.933051)

Cheskin, A. and March, L. (2015) State-society relations in contemporary Russia: new forms of political and social contention. East European Politics, 31(3), pp. 261-273. (doi: 10.1080/21599165.2015.1063487)

Heath, S., McGhee, D. and Trevena, P. (2015) Continuity versus innovation: young Polish migrants and practices of ‘doing family’ in the context of achieving independence in the UK. Studia Migracyjne: Przeglad Polonijny, 3, pp. 139-156.

McGhee, D., Trevena, P. and Heath, S. (2015) Social relationships and relationships in context: post-accession Poles in Southampton. Population, Space and Place, 21(5), pp. 433-445. (doi: 10.1002/psp.1922)

Piacentini, L. and Slade, G. (2015) Architecture and attachment: Carceral collectivism and the problem of prison reform in Russia and Georgia. Theoretical Criminology, 19(2), pp. 179-197. (doi: 10.1177/1362480615571791)

Prina, F. (2015) Linguistic justice, Soviet legacies and post-Soviet realpolitik: the ethnolinguistic cleavage in Moldova. Ethnopolitics, 14(1), pp. 52-71. (doi: 10.1080/17449057.2014.928097)

Slade, G. and Light, M. (2015) Crime and criminal justice after communism: Why study the post-Soviet region? Theoretical Criminology, 19(2), pp. 147-158. (doi: 10.1177/1362480615571724)

Smith, D. J. (2015) Across the lines: national self-determination in the Baltic between the Russian, German and Allied conceptions. Acta Historica Universitatis Klaipedensis, 31, pp. 155-168.

Smith, D. J. (2015) Transethnic coalition-building: definitions, practices and possibilities. Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe, 14(2), pp. 1-6.

Souleimanov, E. A. and Aliyev, H. (2015) Asymmetry of values, indigenous forces, and incumbent success in counterinsurgency: evidence from Chechnya. Journal of Strategic Studies, 38(5), pp. 678-703. (doi: 10.1080/01402390.2014.952409)

Souleimanov, E. A. and Aliyev, H. (2015) Blood revenge and violent mobilization: evidence from the Chechen Wars. International Security, 40(2), pp. 158-180. (doi: 10.1162/ISEC_a_00219)

Books

Aliyev, H. (2015) Post-Communist Civil Society and the Soviet Legacy: the Challenges of Democratisation and Reform in the Caucasus. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke. ISBN 9781137489142 (doi:10.1057/9781137489159)

Kaczmarski, M. (2015) Russia-China Relations in the Post-Crisis International Order. Series: BASEES/Routledge series on Russian and East European studies, 101. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon. ISBN 9781138796591

Book Sections

Aliyev, H. (2015) Institutional transformation and informality in Azerbaijan and Georgia. In: Morris, J. and Polese, A. (eds.) Informal Economies in Post-Socialist Spaces: Practices, Institutions and Networks. Palgrave Macmillan: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, pp. 51-69. ISBN 9781137483065 (doi:10.1057/9781137483072_3)

Butler, E. (2015) Pipeline politics and energy (in)security in Central and South-Eastern Europe. In: Central and South-Eastern Europe 2016. Series: The Europa regional surveys of the world 2016. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781857437737

Mainwaring, Ċ. (2015) Fortifying the European Union? Immigration detention in Malta and Cyprus. In: Nethery, A. and Silverman, S. J. (eds.) Immigration Detention: The Migration of a Policy and its Human Impact. Series: Routledge series on global order studies (6). Routledge: London ; New York, pp. 49-58. ISBN 9781138807563

Molnar Sansum, J. and Molnar, J. (2015) Néhány gondolat a magyarországi romák interkultúrális stratégiájához [Some thoughts about the intercultural strategies of the Hungarian Roma]. In: Keczeli, L., Kovács, K. I. P. and Nezdei, C. (eds.) Geográfus Körút 60. Virágmandula Kft., pp. 195-216. ISBN 9786155497445

Slade, G. (2015) Criminology of Mafias. In: Wright, J. D. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences [2nd ed.]. Elsevier: Oxford, pp. 429-434. ISBN 9780080970875

Smith, D. J. (2015) NTA as political strategy in Eastern Europe. In: Malloy, T. H. and Palermo, F. (eds.) Minority Accommodation through Territorial and Non-Territorial Autonomy. Oxford University Press, pp. 161-178. ISBN 9780198746669 (doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198746669.003.0008)

Unkovski-Korica, V. (2015) Self-management, development and debt: the rise and fall of the 'Yugoslav experiment'. In: Štiks, I. and Horvat, S. (eds.) Welcome to the Desert of Post-Socialism: Radical Politics After Yugoslavia. Verso: London. ISBN 9781781686201

Book Reviews

Smith, D. J. (2015) The making and breaking of Soviet Lithuania: memory and modernity in the wake of war by V. DAVOLIŪTĖ. Journal of Baltic Studies, 46(2), pp. 265-267. (doi: 10.1080/01629778.2015.1043089)[Book Review]

Research Reports or Papers

Breines, M., Collyer, M., Lutterbeck, D., Mainwaring, C. , Mainwaring, D. and Monzini, P. (2015) A Study on smuggling of migrants: characteristics, responses and cooperation with third countries. Case Study 2: Ethiopia – Libya – Malta/Italy. Project Report. European Commission DG Migration & Home Affairs.

Prina, F. (2015) The Position of National Minorities in Putin’s Russia: Uniformity or Diversity? Discussion Paper. Cicero Foundation.

Conference or Workshop Item

Butler, E. (2015) CEE Energy Security: The Hungarian Case. BISA 40th Anniversary Conference: The Worlds of Inequality, London, UK, 16-19 Jun 2015. (Unpublished)

Smith, D. J. (2015) Rise, Fall and Revival: A Century of Transethnic Coalition-Building in Europe. Trans-ethnic Coalition-Building within and across States, Uppsala University, Sweden, 7-9 Jan 2015.

Snitar, C. (2015) Radio Free Europe and the 1956 Students' Movement in Timisoara. International Symposium, Sambata de Sus, 2015.

Conference Proceedings

Kóródi, T. and Molnár, J. (2015) Életminőségi vizsgálatok egy szuburbán és egy periférián lévő település összehasonlításában = Comparative study of a suburban and a rural settlement’s quality of life. In: A geográfus útjai - Tóth József Emlékkonferencia, Pécs, Hungary, 18 Mar 2014, pp. 571-578.

Molnár, J., Gál-Szabó, L., Siskáné Szilasi, B., Mohos, M. and Dudás, G. (2015) Legújabb trendek a magyarországi kivándorlásban = The most recent trends of the Hungarian emigration. In: VII. Magyar Földrajzi Konferencia, Lillafüred, Hungary, 2-4 Sep 2014, pp. 28-37. ISBN 9789633580639

Molnar, J. (2015) Intercultural Strategy of the Hungarian Roma: Convergences and Divergences of Geography in Europe. In: 5th EUGEO Congress on the Geography of Europe, Budapest, Hungary, 30 Aug - 2 Oct 2015, (Unpublished)

Molnar, J. (2015) The Practice of Minority National-Cultural Autonomy in Hungary: German and Roma National Self-governments in Baranya and Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén Counties. In: 4th Transylvanian Political Science Conference, Cluj/Kolozsvár/Klausenburg, 28-29 May 2015, (Unpublished)

Molnar Sansum, J. (2015) The Origins of National Cultural Autonomy in Hungary: Supporting Ethnic Hungarians Abroad or Promoting Minorities in Hungary? In: 7th Annual CRCEES Research Forum, Glasgow, Scotland, 4-5 Jun 2015, (Unpublished)

Smith, D. J. (2015) Restored cultural autonomy in Estonia? Reassessing the nature and origins of the 1993 NCA law. In: 7th Annual CRCEES Research Forum, Glasgow, 4-5 Jun 2015, (Unpublished)

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