Call for Papers
CALL FOR PAPERS – September 2012
Implications of Ramil Safarov’s release to Nagorno-Karabakh peace process and Armenian-Azerbaijani relations
The recent events regarding Ramil Safarov’s extradition and release resulted in alarming escalation of tension in Armenian and Azerbaijani relations both on political and societal levels. In light of these concerning events and adhering to its mission of promoting constructive and peaceful dialogue through expansion of analysis and scholarship, Caucasus Edition is issuing call for papers to discuss possible implications of the events for the peace process and conflict resolution.
We invite scholars, experts, practitioners as well as all those who might be interested, to contribute an analytical paper (2-3 pages in length) on any of the following questions and/or themes:
- What implications does Safarov’s release and pardoning have on the peace process: on negotions level as well as on societal level?
- Assessing the reactions at home: what have been the reactions of individuals and organizations in Azerbaijan? What have been the reactions of individuals and organizations in Armenia? What are the debates and discussions in the two countries about this issue? What are their implications for the conflict resolution?
- Recommendations for prevention of further escalation and crisis management.
Please send an email expressing your interest to email@example.com as soon as possible. The target date for publication is October 1, 2012.
ONGOING CALL FOR PAPERS
Caucasus Edition: The Journal of Conflict Transformation invites submission of articles on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Caucasus Edition is a dynamic forum for scholars and researchers to discuss the issues surrounding Nagorno Karabakh, Azerbaijani-Armenian relations and more. For over two years now, young scholars and well-established writers alike have contributed content to the publication. The Journal has become a “go-to” resource when it comes to this conflict and the surrounding issues.
The editorial team at the Caucasus Edition strives to ensure that the publication continues to reach out and be an inclusive space, which incorporates voices of new writers and well-known scholars alike.
Furthermore, it is also during this deadlock in the overall peace process that we reach out to our readership and the general public to call for your constructive thoughts and ideas surrounding these issues.
We invite you to consider contributing to the Caucasus Edition and look forward to engaging with you in this forum!
Below are the article guidelines which outline the technical details for the analytical articles. Should you have further questions, the Editors would be happy to entertain your questions, ideas and thoughts. The contact info for the Editors is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Journal welcomes contributions from established researchers and is also committed to incorporate voices of emerging analysts and writers within the peace process. This inter-disciplinary on-line publication accepts scholarly and analytical articles, as well as reflective writings, that contribute to the better understanding of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Armenian-Azerbaijani relations, and suggestions for improvement of the peace process and positive transformation of inter-societal relations.
The articles can analyze the conflict as a whole or any factor that potentially has implication for the conflict and/or its resolution from the perspective of political science, economy, sociology, anthropology, social psychology, collective memory studies, comparative history, ethnic conflict, identity-conflict, conflict resolution, peace studies, mediation and facilitation, conflict transformation, comparative case studies and other.
The articles should be 1000 to 1500 words in length.
If you are interested, please submit a 300 word abstract along with a short bio to email@example.com
Please put ‘article submission’ in the subject line.
If you have an interest but have not come up with an abstract yet, you are also encouraged to contact us at the same email address with any questions.
Submission guidelines can be viewed at Guidelines for Contributors
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