Insight Turkey, October-December 2005, "Turkey and the Black Sea/Caucasus".
Call for Papers Date:
Call for Papers
Insight Turkey's October-December 2005 issue will focus on "Turkey and the Black Sea/Caucasus". Please forward paper proposals to the Editor. We are particularly interested in articles on the following topics:
- Georgia after the Revolution: Where to Now?
- The Azerbaijani Election of November 6
- Turkey and Armenia
- Turkey, Russia and the Caucasus
- A Nuclear Iran: Implications for the Caucasus
- Frozen Conflicts in the Black Sea/Caucasus
- The domestic dimension of Turkey's Caucasus policy
- An American view of developments in the Caucasus
- A European view on developments in the Caucasus
- European Neighborhood Policy and the Black Sea/Caucasus
- Articles about Subregions:
- Abkhazia, Karabagh, Ossetia, Adjaria, Ahiska
- A Russian Perspective of the Caucasus
- A larger NATO role in the Black Sea?
- The Role of Multinational organizations in the Caucasus
- The Politics of Development Work in the Caucasus
This is just a preliminary list. Please feel free to propose any other paper ideas, including book reviews to the Editor.
We publish three categories of material. Comments are 2,000-3,000-word front-of-the-book pieces that make a single, provocative point. Essays are more extensive 4,000 5,000-word pieces of analysis that comprise the body of the journal. Book reviews are 700-1,500-word pieces of new books.
The deadline for article submission is December 10, 2005.
We welcome unsolicited manuscripts and article proposals. The easiest mode of communication is electronic mail: email@example.com We expect all article proposals to be made in English. For format and referencing questions please contact the Editor.
Insight Turkey covers a broad range of topics related to Turkish domestic and foreign policy affairs. Insight Turkey particularly aims to provide a forum for informed discussion on Turkey's relationship to its adjacent regions such as the Middle East, the Caucasus, the Balkans and Europe. It intends to present original thinking by knowledgeable observers both from Turkey and abroad, written in English that is easily read by professionals
and a general audience.
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