Articles in English

2021

Sokov N. The U.S. withdrawal from the Open Skies Treaty // Pathways to Peace and Security. 2021. No 1(60). P. 133-150. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2021-1-133-150

Megre M. The conflict between agribusiness and indigenous peoples of Brazil // Pathways to Peace and Security. 2021. No 1(60). P. 162-180. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2021-1-162-180

Book review: Boumeester F. Analysing national secessionist movements: from a tactical viewpoint towards strategic understanding // Pathways to Peace and Security. 2021. No 1(60). P. 204-206. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2021-1-204-206

Book review: Nesbit A. Illiberal peace: promises and problems // Pathways to Peace and Security. 2021. No 1(60). P. 207-210.  https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2021-1-207-210

Book review: Kalamar K. Russia’s gambit in the Syria conflict // Pathways to Peace and Security. 2021. No 1(60). P. 211-213. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2021-1-211-213

2020
 

Popov V. COVID-19 pandemic and long-term development trajectories of East Asian and Western economic models. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2020, No 2(59), pp.41-62. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2020-2-41-62

Cristiani D. COVID-19 and the U.S.-China competition: the case of Italy. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2020, No 2(59), pp. 81-95. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2020-2-81-95

Valiyev A., Gafarova N. New big war in the South Caucasus and prospects for peace in Karabakh. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2020, No 2(59), pp. 167-180. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2020-2-167-180

Book review: Berger E. Can negotiations with violent extremists help promote justice for victims?. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2020, No 2(59), pp. 216-219. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2020-2-216-219

Book review: Avagyan A. Is collateral damage to civilians part of the West’s strategy to win wars?. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2020, No 2(59), pp. 220-223. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2020-2-220-223

 

Yuan X. Chinese pathways to peacebuilding: from historical legacies to contemporary practices . Pathways to Peace and Security, 2020, No 1(58), pp. 26-45. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2020-1-26-45

Kato M. Competing sovereignties: increasing tensions over maritime border in Northeast Asia. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2020, No 1(58), pp. 63-77. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2020-1-63-77

Book review: Paakkanen M. Exploring the interplay of mass atrocities and emotions. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2020, No 1(58), pp. 178-180. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2020-1-178-180

Book review: Ailey D. Is there peace in disorder?. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2020, No 1(58), pp. 181-182. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2020-1-181-182

Book review: Robson A. A regional order for peace?. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2020, No 1(58), pp. 183-184. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2020-1-183-184

2019

Megre M. Brazil’s energy security: defining the agenda. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2019, No 2(57), pp. 74-87.https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2019-2-74-87
 
Delanoe I. France’s approach to the Syria conflict and the Russia factor. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2019, No 1(56), pp. 47-54. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2019-1-47-54  
 
2018
 
Book review: Rahjo R. Understanding terrorism as fear-based oppression. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2018, No 2(55), pp. 150-152. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2018-2-150-152
 
Bellamy A. R2P beyond the West: sovereignty, responsibility and decline of mass atrocities in East Asia. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2018, No 1(54) Special Issue: Humanitarian Challenges, Humanitarian Support and Human Protection in Armed Conflicts, pp. 104-114. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2018-1-104-114
 
Thakur R. R2P: looking back to look ahead. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2018, No 1(54) Special Issue: Humanitarian Challenges, Humanitarian Support and Human Protection in Armed Conflicts, pp. 92-103. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2018-1-92-103
 
Tronc E. The humanitarian imperative: compromises and prospects in protracted conflicts. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2018, No 1(54) Special Issue: Humanitarian Challenges, Humanitarian Support and Human Protection in Armed Conflicts, pp. 54-66. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2018-1-54-66
 
2017
 
Yusupova A. Global threat: destruction of cultural heritage by ISIS. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2017, No.  2(53), pp. 82-87
 
Book review: Valli G. Political Islam as a reaction against Western symbolic domination. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2017, No 2(53), pp. 96-99
 
Cragin K. The global ISIS threat in historical context. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2017, No 1(52) Special Issue: Addressing Terrorism, Violent Extremism and Radicalization (perspectives from Russia and the United States), pp. 77-90. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2017-1-77-90
 
Cronin A. Examining deradicalization programs. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2017, No 1(52) Special Issue: Addressing Terrorism, Violent Extremism and Radicalization (perspectives from Russia and the United States), pp. 106-115. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2017-1-106-115
 
Gavrilis G. Central Asia’s uncertain radicalization and the opportunities for the Russia-U.S. cooperation. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2017, No 1(52) Special Issue: Addressing Terrorism, Violent Extremism and Radicalization (perspectives from Russia and the United States), pp. 251-260.https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2017-1-251-260
 
Katz M. Prospects for the U.S.-Russia cooperation in the Middle East in the Trump era. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2017, No.  1(52) Special Issue: Addressing Terrorism, Violent Extremism and Radicalization (perspectives from Russia and the United States), pp. 171-181. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2017-1-171-181
 
Kofman M. A tale of two campaigns: U.S. and Russian military operations in Syria. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2017, No.  1(52) Special Issue: Addressing Terrorism, Violent Extremism and Radicalization (perspectives from Russia and the United States), pp. 163-170. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2017-1-163-170
 
LaFree G. Using open source data to track worldwide terrorism patterns. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2017, No 1(52) Special Issue: Addressing Terrorism, Violent Extremism and Radicalization (perspectives from Russia and the United States), pp. 64-76. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2017-1-64-76
 
O’Neil A. Right-wing terrorism in the West: radicalization and decentralization. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2017, No 1(52) Special Issue: Addressing Terrorism, Violent Extremism and Radicalization (perspectives from Russia and the United States), pp. 125-137. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2017-1-125-137
 
Rubin B. Beyond stalemate in Afghanistan. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2017, No 1(52) Special Issue: Addressing Terrorism, Violent Extremism and Radicalization (perspectives from Russia and the United States), pp. 244-251. https://doi.org/10.20542/2307-1494-2017-1-244-250
 
2016
 
 
 
2015
 
Book review: Sonesson A. Mass media and the Russian war on terrorism. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2015, No 2(49), pp. 113-114
 
Book review: Byers J. A rational choice take at the political economy of terrorism. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2015, No 2(49), pp. 115-117.
 
 
2014
 
 
Muhammad S. Dynamics of the ethnonationalist insurgency in the Balochistan province of Pakistan. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2014, No 1(46), pp. 50-74.
 

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