Readings - Part 3

posted by julia on 2006/06/11 22:37

[ Readings ]

Southeast European Politics Online, a journal freely available on the internet, is currently looking for university graduates interested in South-Eastern Europe or in conflicts and conflict management/democratisation/the role of the international community who would like to publish reviews on their website. For more information, please contact Tome Sandevski.

Southeast European Politics is a refereed academic journal published
three times per year at the Central European University, Budapest
(CEU). It is devoted to political science, international relations,
contemporary history and other areas of academic research focusing
on Southeastern Europe or pertaining to the region. The journal seeks
to promote a comparative approach, which takes developments in
individual countries of Southeastern Europe in the larger context of
the region. The journal encourages particularly young academics from
Southeastern Europe to submit articles and hopes to become a forum of
the young political scientists from the region. Southeast European
Politics seeks to cover the areas so far frequently neglected in many
academic de bates, especially the Southern Balkan countries of
Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo, Bulgaria and Montenegro. SEEP is
published electronically and in hard copy. (source: JOE-mailinglist)



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