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The China and Eurasia Forum
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CEF QUARTERLY

 

 

The China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly is an English language global Web journal devoted to analysis of the current issues facing China and Eurasia. The journal can be obtained in print for a fee. It serves to link the business, governmental, journalistic and scholarly communities and is the global voice of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and the Silk Road Studies Program. The editor invites longer analytical articles of approximately 7000 words or shorter more concrete articles on approximately 2000 words.

CEF Quarterly aims to provide our industrious and engaged audience with a singular and reliable assessment of events and trends in the region written in an analytical tone rather than a polemical one. CEF Quarterly articles reflect the fact that we have a diverse international audience. While this should not affect what author’s write about or their conclusions, this does affect the tone of articles. The articles in CEF Quarterly should be of general interest, even if we also encourage in-depth knowledge. The shorter articles should ideally be based on local sources and focus on aspects that are crucial for the development of the region and its relations with the outside world. Each 2000 word article must offer a concise and authoritative statement of the event or issue in question. An article must provide relevant, precise and authoritative background information. It also must offer a sober and analytical judgment of the issue as well as a clinical evaluation of the importance of the event. Authors must cite facts of controversial nature in the article. Since the CEF Quarterly articles are based on solid evidence, rather than rumors or conjecture, they prove to be reliable sources of information on the region. By offering balanced and objective analysis while keeping clear of inflammatory rhetoric, the CEF Quarterly does more to inform our international readership on all sides of the issues.



Click HERE to access a PDF of the November/December 2008 CEF Quarterly (1 Mb)

November/December 2008




Content:

Editors Note: Manas Airbase and U.S. Strategy in Central Asia
Nicklas Norling and Niklas Swanström

Foreign Policy in a Vulnerable State: Kyrgyzstan as Military Entrepot Between the Great Powers
Eugene Huskey

Turkmenistan’s Foreign Policy
Richard Pomfret

Analyzing Turkmen Foreign Policy in the Berdymuhammedov Era
Luca Anceschi

Demographic Impact of HIV/AIDS in Russia: Projections, Analysis and Policy Implications
Svetlana Ancker

Genghis Khan, Mongolia and the Theory of Human Security
Robert E. Bedeski

Breaking the Impasse in Afghanistan: Problems with Neighbours, Brothers and Guests
Samuel Chan

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