REGION

REGION: Regional Studies of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia is a peer-reviewed international journal that explores the history and current political, economic, and social affairs of the entire former Soviet bloc. In particular, the journal focuses on various facets of transformation at the local and national levels in the aforementioned region, as well as the changing character of their relationships with the rest of the world in the context of glocalization. This journal distinguishes itself from others in similar fields by its (g)locally oriented perspective. This journal regularly gives space to articles on concrete local issues written by local Eurasianist scholars.

New! REGION will be indexed on Scopus beginning with vol. 4, 2015. You'll find it there in late fall/winter of 2016!

 

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  • Individuals – $40
  • Institutions–  $60.00
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Lewis Siegelbaum
Hyun Taek Kim
2166-4307
2016
116-275
Paperback

Special Issue: Centrifugal Forces? Russia’s Regional Identities and Initiatives

Edith W. Clowes
Introduction     117

Alla Anisimova

Lewis Siegelbaum
Hyun Taek Kim
2166-4307
2016
1-115
Paperback

Politics in Central Asia

Andrew Wachtel
A Tale of Two Heroes: Kyrgyzstan in Search of National Role Models     1

Zharmukhamed Zardykhan

Lewis Siegelbaum
Hyun Taek Kim
Joonseo Song
2166-4307
2015
149-367
Paperback

Special Issue: The Great War and Eastern Europe Lewis H. Siegelbaum and Hyun Taek Kim Introduction     149 John K. Cox Weltschmerz in the

Lewis Siegelbaum
Hyun Taek Kim
Joonseo Song
2166-4307
2015
Paperback

Lewis H. Siegelbaum, Hyun Taek Kim, and Joonseo Song
The Journal REGION: Crossing Borders and Connecting Eurasia to the Glocalizing World     1

Lewis Siegelbaum
Wan-Suk Hong
Joonseo Song
2166-4307
2014
195-351
Paperback

Russia and Asia
Chinyun Lee
From Kiachta to Vladivostok: Russian Merchants and the Tea Trade     195

Tatiana Filimonova
Chinese Russia:

Lewis Siegelbaum
Wan-Suk Hong
Joonseo Song
2166-4307
2014
1-193
Paperback

Special Issue

The Return of Regional Elections in Russia
Lewis H. Siegelbaum and Wan-Suk Hong
Introduction 1

Articles
Joan

Lewis Siegelbaum
Wan-Suk Hong
Joonseo Song
2166-4307
2013
153-329
Paperback

Articles

Alexander  Libman  and  Vladimir  Kozlov 
Sub-­‐‐National  Variation  of  Corruption  in  Russia: 
What  Do  We  Know  About  It?    

Lewis Siegelbaum
Wan-Suk Hong
Joonseo Song
2166-4307
2013
1-145
Paperback

Articles

Donald J. Raleigh
Doing Local History, or From Social History Oral History: Some Autobiographical Reflections on Studying Russia's Saratov Region     1

Lewis Siegelbaum
Wan-Suk Hong
Hakyung Jung
2166-4307
2013
177-330
Paperback

Articles

Mikhail Ilyin, Elena Meleshkina, and Denis Stukal
Two Decades of Post-Soviet and Post-Socialist Stateness      177

Lewis H. Siegelbaum
Whither

Lewis Siegelbaum
Wan-Suk Hong
Hakyung Jung
2166-4307
2012
1-176
Paperback

Preface

Lewis H. Siegelbaum
An Auspiciously "Glocal" Beginning: Preface to the Inaugural Issue of Region     1

Articles

Richard Sakwa
Sovereignty and