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VOL. 4 (3) – SUMMER 2010


EU Democracy Promotion through Conditionality in its Neighbourhood: The Temptation of Membership Perspective or Flexible Integration?  (pp. 196-213)
by Janine Reinhard

EU Engagement in Conflict Resolution in Georgia: Towards a More Proactive Role  (pp. 214-236)
by Mehmet Bardakçı

Religion and its Importance in International Politics: A Case Study of 2008 Russian-Georgian War  (pp. 237-247)
by Ines-Jacqueline Werkner

From Racketeer to Emir: A Political Portrait of Doku Umarov, Russia’s Most Wanted Man  (pp. 248-270)
by Kevin Daniel Leahy

The Crisis of Gazprom as the Crisis of Russia’s “Energy Super-State” Policy towards Europe and the Former Soviet Union  (pp. 271-284)
by Andrey Kazantsev

Eurasian Bargaining, Agriculture, and the Doha Round  (pp. 285-292)
by Sarita D. Jackson


Was Kosovo’s Split-off Legitimate? Background, Meaning and Implications of the ICJ’s Advisory Opinion  (pp. 293-296)
by Heiko Krueger

Ukraine: A Challenge for U.S., EU & NATO Regional Policy  (pp. 297-305)
by Tamerlan Vahabov


“It’s in Georgia’s interest to be friendly with Russia”  (pp. 306-308)
Interview with Dr. Alexander Rondeli, President of the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies

“Russia Puts Comparatively Little Effort into Using Soft Power in the South Caucasus”  (pp. 309-312)
Interview with Dr. Timothy Blauvelt, Country Director in Georgia for American Councils for International Education