CfP:ANALYTICAL, New Security Challenges for the Western Balkans
- From: Natasha Hroneska <nhroneska@...>
Call for Papers, June 2009
ANALYTICAL, VOL: 2, No: 2
Analytical is an electronic journal published by Analytica, which is
focused on studying and analyzing the recent and ongoing socio-political
and economic developments in the Western Balkans and the wider region.
The journal will include contributions that approach the subject area –
countries of the Western Balkans – from various perspectives: political,
IR, economic, historical, sociological, educational, etc.
Analytical now accepts submissions for the fourth issue. The topic of
the upcoming issue is:
New Security Challenges for the Western Balkans
Stirred by the post-conflict period of security sector reconstruction;
emergence of new states; NATO enlargement as well as the EU integration
prospects; the (still present) status of drug/THB/crime route to the
countries from Western Europe; and other emerging security developments,
Analytica announces this call for papers for the fourth issue of its
electronic journal Analytical. The contributions are expected to address
the new security challenges which the Western Balkans are facing.
Whilst, our aim is to represent a wide spectrum of disciplines and
approaches, we strongly encourage comparative and multi-disciplinary
perspectives, and welcome proposals using new research methodologies. We
invite submission of original research papers including but not limited
to the following themes:
-Security studies, NATO and EU integrations, Regionalism, Regional
Cooperation, Transitional Justice.
-International Relations, EU politics, Law, Geopolitics of Energy,
Administration and Institutions, International Organizations, Energy
policy, security and stability in Southeast Europe.
-Social Policy, Sustainable Development, Urban Development.
We strongly encourage cross-cultural, cross-national and
multi-disciplinary perspectives, with entries on new research
- The papers should be original and not previously
- MS Word Document
- Papers should be written in Chicago referencing
- Times New Roman, 12pt, 1.5 lines spacing, 2cm
- Limited to 2500 - 5000 words (including bibliography)
Paper abstracts of up to 500 words and a resume should be sent with full
contact details (E-mail, Telephone, Postal Address) to
Deadline for abstracts is 15 July 2009.
Final deadline for papers is 15 September 2009.