Caucasus International (CI) is a Baku-based semi-academic journal on foreign policy and is published on a biannually basis since 2012. It seeks to present a global and regional perspective on issues affecting the Caucasus neighborhood and focuses largely at the role of the region in international contexts and policymaking. The journal includes perspectives from policymakers, area specialists, political activists, and diplomatic professionals along with academics of different countries and backgrounds.
CI’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. CI is the first journal in the region, in both substance and quality, to provide a platform for debate among scholars from all the countries of the South Caucasus, Russia, Turkey and other regions. The Publishers and Editors are responsible only for providing authors with the opportunity to express their personal views as a means of stimulating intellectual debate.
Caucasus International is a foreign policy journal based in Baku and Istanbul. Published biannually since 2011, the journal covers issues of politics, society and the economy pertaining to the Caucasus. CI is the first journal, in both substance and quality, to provide a platform for debate among scholars from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, and Turkey.
The goal of the journal is to contribute to and encourage academic debate on a wide range of economic, political and social issues in the Caucasus region as a whole, as well as within the individual countries. CI’s focus on the region and its neighborhood is informed and guided by a strong awareness of the global context.
Our main goal is to foster an intellectual forum for contemplative dialogue and meaningful involvement in as broad a community as possible. Each issue will focus on a global or regional theme and will include perspectives from authors of different countries and backgrounds. The journal will focus largely on the Caucasus neighbourhood, but will do so within a global context. The journal welcomes lucid, well documented papers on other countries and regions including especially Turkey, Iran, Central Asia, Russia, Europe, and the United States, as well as on all aspects of international affairs, from all political viewpoints. CI’s key goal is to foster stimulating dialogue and exchange of ideas on the Caucasus and beyond among practitioners, researchers and theorists from the region itself and abroad.
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