Publication: East European Politics, vol. 30, no. 4
East European Politics (EEP) is a refereed journal which publishes articles in the government, politics and international relations of the post-communist space. In geographical terms, EEP covers the entire post-communist region, including East Central and South Eastern Europe, Russia and all the other countries of the former Soviet Union. The Editors of the journal welcome article submissions and proposals for thematic special issues on these topics, as well as ‘symposium’ sections and review articles devoted to briefer analysis of particular events, political issues, and important theoretical and conceptual developments.
The following articles which are related to Southeast Europe are free to download until 30 November 2014.
* Symposium on the political economy of regulation in post-war Kosovo, which includes:
- Introduction: The political economy of regulation in post-war Kosovo: intended and unintended consequences of external actors' involvement, by Luca J. Uberti, Nicolas Lemay-Hébert & Venera Demukaj
- The new institutionalism in the context of Kosovo's transition: regulatory institutions in contested states, by Anneliese Dodds, Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik & Ahmed Badran
- Bounded altruism: INGOs’ opportunities and constraints during humanitarian crises and the US intervention in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo, by Andrew L. Halterman & Jill A. Irvine
- Neoliberalism and industrial policy in Kosovo: the mining and metals industry in the post-war transition, by Luca J. Uberti
- Effects of the European financial and economic crisis in Kosovo and the Balkans: modes of integration and transmission belts of crisis in the "super-periphery", by Besnik Pula
* The Bulgarian "Nuclear Referendum" of 2013 and the independence of the Bulgarian media, by Tanya Bagashka
The full contents of the issue can be found here: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/fjcs21/current
Events Calendar07 / 2020