Call for Submissions - Caucasus Strategic Perspectives, Volume 3, Issue 1, Summer 2022

                                                                                                   CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Caucasus Strategic Perspectives, Volume 3, Issue 1, Summer 2022

Issue Title: Towards Sustainable Peace and Cooperation

Deadline: 15 March 2022


  • Connectivity infrastructures in the South Caucasus region and beyond
  • Foreign investment in Azerbaijan’s liberated territories
  • Delimitation and demarcation of state borders between Armenia and Azerbaijan
  • Relieving the region from landmines and unexploded ordnances
  • Relevance of the OSCE Minsk Group in the post-conflict period
  • Normalization of relations between Armenia and Turkey
  • Challenges for the peace- and confidence-building environment
  • Understanding Georgia’s stance on regional transportation initiatives
  • The humanitarian role of the West (EU, US) in the post-conflict period
  • Turkey’s contribution to the post-conflict development of the South Caucasus
  • Iran’s shifting stance in the post-conflict period
  • Performance of Russian peacekeeping forces in the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan
  • Fate of missing persons during war

Prospective authors should submit 3.000-5.000 word articles and 2.500-2900 words commentaries (in both formats including footnotes, abstract, title and sub-titles) for consideration in Microsoft Word-compatible format. For full details please see the “Guidelines for Authors” section of the journal’s website. Submissions should be sent in electronic format to: Manuscripts submitted to CSP journal should be original and challenging, and should not be under consideration by another publication at the time of submission.

Please note that the journal’s scope is not necessarily limited to the topics listed above; off-topic papers that are relevant to the Caucasus region and its neighbourhood are also welcome and will be taken into consideration.

CSP journal’s key goal is to foster stimulating dialogue and exchange of ideas on the Caucasus region and beyond, among practitioners, researchers and scholars from around the world. The Publishers and Editors are responsible only for providing authors with the opportunity to express their personal views as a mean of stimulating intellectual debate. For permission to reprint or translate articles, please contact: For the further information about the journal please visit the CSP’s website at