MAPPING CONFLICT AND PEACE IN EURASIA, EDITED VOLUME
COMMENTARY ARCHIVES, 17 Mar 2010
The Eurasian Conflicts in international politics are known for their embedded nature transcending beyond a mono-factor for analysis. Owing to diversity and fragility many states have not matured towards coherent status of nation building; rather it appears the agenda has remained unfinished due to disturbed ethnic aspirations, fragile borders, inherent complications and power interventions. These factors have made this emerging region in the post-Cold war era a hotbed of conflicts. Papers are solicited for an edited volume analyzing major conflicts in the region (including South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Kosovo, Nagorno Karabakh, Chechnya, Kashmir, Balochistan, Tibet, Xinjiang) with main focus on the attempts and prospects of peace; aim of the volume being understanding the Eurasian conflicts from a peace perspective.
Interested contributors should send a 500-word abstract along with two page CV by April 15, 2010 to:
Dr. Debidatta Aurobinda Mahapatra
Centre for Central Eurasian Studies
University of Mumbai,
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