Articles & Chapters

Presented here is a selection of the latest relevant publications of scholars affiliated with CEURUS. For a complete list of publications from our scholars, please consult with the Estonian Research Information System.

  • Allik, J., Mõttus, R., Realo, A., Pullmann, H., Trifonova, A., McCrae, R. R. & 56 Members of the Russian Character and Personality Survey 2011. Personality profiles and the “Russian Soul:” Literary and scholarly views evaluated. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 42, 372–389.
  • Realo, A., Allik, J., Lönnqvist, J.-E., Verkasalo, M., Kwiatkowska, A., Kööts, L., Kütt, M., Barkauskiene, R., Laurinavicius, A., Karpinski, K., Kolyshko, A., Sebre, S., & Renge, V. 2009. Mechanisms of the national character stereotype: How people in six neighboring countries of Russia describe themselves and the typical Russian. European Journal of Personality, 23, 229–249.

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  • Belyi, A. 2014. “International Energy Governance: weaknesses of multilateralism”, International Studies Perspectives.” Journal of the International Studies Association, 15:3, pp. 313-328.
  • Belyi, A. 2014. “Energy security and international energy law.” K. Talus (ed) International Handbook on International Energy Law. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, , pp. 624-650.

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  • Pegg, S. and Berg, E. 2016. ‘Lost and Found: The WikiLeaks of De Facto State-Great Power Relations.’ International Studies Perspectives, 17(3), 267-286, 10.1111/insp.12078.
  • Gabrielyan, V.; Stroobants, P.; Berg, E. (2016). How do you tailor diplomatic training? Sizing up peer institutions and their training practices for the Diplomatic School of Armenia. Global Affairs, 2 (2), 223−231, 10.1080/23340460.2016.1188516.
  • Berg, E. and M. Mölder 2014. ‘When “Blurring” Becomes the Norm and Secession Is Justified as the Exception. Revisiting EU and Russian Discourses in the Common Neighbourhood.’  Journal of International Relations and Development, 17:4, pp. 469-488.

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  • Braghiroli, S. ; Makarychev, A. (2016). Russia and its supporters in Europe: trans-ideology à la carte? Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, xxx−xxx.
  • Braghiroli, S. (2015). Voting on Russia in the European Parliament: the Role of National and Party Group Affiliations. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 23 (1), 58−81, 14782804.2014.978747.
  • Braghiroli, S.; Sandri, G. (2014). Religion at the European Parliament: the Italian case. Religion, State and Society, 42, 109−129, 09637494.2014.950909.

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  • Ehin, P. (2016). European Parliament Elections in Estonia. In: Viola, Donatella (Ed.). Routledge Handbook of European Elections (491−507). London: Routledge.
  • Ehin, P.  The Estonian Parliament and EU affairs: A Watchdog that does not Bark? In: C. Hefftler, C. Neuhold, O. Rozenberg, J.Smith (Ed.). The Palgrave Handbook of National Parliaments and the European Union (513−530). Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Ehin, P. 2013. ‘Estonia: Excelling at Self-Exertion.’ Bulmer S. and C. Lequesne (eds.), „The Member States of the European Union,“ 2nd edition, Oxford University Press, pp.213-235.

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  • Kasekamp, A. (2016). Why Narva is not next. In: Anne-Sophie Dahl (Ed.). Baltic Sea Security (30−33). Copenhagen University Press. (Centre for Military Studies).
  • Kasekamp, A. (2015). Estonia. In: Central and South-Eastern Europe 2016 (252−258). Taylor & Francis.
  • Auers, D.; Kasekamp, A. (2015). The impact of radical right parties in the Baltic states. Minkenberg, Michael. Transforming the Transformation? The East European radical right in the political process (137−153). Routledge.
  • Andrespok, E. and Kasekamp, A. 2012. ‘Development Cooperation of the Baltic States: A Comparison of the Trajectories of Three New Donor Countries.’ Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 13(1), pp. 117 – 130.

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  • Makarychev, A. and Alexandra Yatsyk (2017). From Sochi – 2014 to FIFA – 2018: a Fading Sovereignty? Sport in Society, x−x, 10.1080/17430437.2015.1100886 (forthcoming).
  • Makarychev, A. and A. Yatsyk (2016). Rocking the Sochi Olympic Narrative: Boris Nemtsov and Putin’s Sovereignty. Demokratizatsiya. The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, 24 (1), 89−103.
  • Makarychev, A. (2016). The War in Chechnya in Russian Cinematographic Representations: Biopolitical Patriotism in ‘Unsovereign’ Times. Transcultural Studies, 12 (1), 115−135.
  • Makarychev, A. and Medvedev, S. (2015). Biopolitics and Power in Putin’s Russia. Problems of Post-Communism, 62 (1), 45−54, 10758216.2015.1002340.
  • Kazharski, Aliaksei, and A. Makarychev (2015). Suturing the Neighborhood? Russia and the EI in Conflictual Intersubjectivity. Problems of Post-Communism, 62 (6), 328−339, 10.1080/10758216.2015.1057077.
  • Makarychev, A.; Meister, S. (2015). The Modernisation Debate and Russian – German Normative Cleavages. European Politics and Society, 16 (1), 80−94.

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  • McNamara, E. 2012. ‘Failing To Defrost the Frozen Conflict.’ New Eastern Europe, pp. 86-91.

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  • Mälksoo, L. (2016). Russia’s Constitutional Court Defies the European Court of Human Rights. European Constitutional Law Review, 12 (2), 377−395, 10.1017/S1574019616000237.
  • Mälksoo, L. (2016). International Legal Theory in Russia: A Civilizational Perspective, or Can Individuals Be Subjects of International Law? In: A. Orford, F. Hoffmann (Ed.). The Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law (257−275). Oxford University Press.
  • Mälksoo, L. 2014. F.F.Martens and His Time: When Russia Was an Integral Part of the European Tradition of International Law. European Journal of International Law, 25(3), pp. 811 – 829.
  • Mälksoo, L. 2013. The Human Rights Concept of the Russian Orthodox Church and Its Patriarch Kirill I: A Critical Appraisal. W. Benedek, F. Benoit-Rohmer, W. Karl, M. Nowak (eds.). European Yearbook on Human Rights. Vienna: Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, pp. 403 – 416.

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  • Mälksoo, M. (2016). From the ESS to the EU Global Strategy: external policy, internal purpose, Contemporary Security Policy, 37 (3), 374−388, 13523260.2016.1238245.
  • Mälksoo, M. (2015). ´Memory Must Be Defended´: Beyond the Politics of Mnemonical Security. Security Dialogue, 46 (3), 221−237, 0967010614552549.
  • Mälksoo, M. 2014. Criminalizing Communism: Transnational Mnemopolitics in Europe, International Political Sociology 8(1): 82-99.
  • Mälksoo, M. 2012. “The Challenge of Liminality for International Relations Theory.” Review of International Studies, 38(2): pp. 481-494.

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  • Mertelsmann, O. (2016). Stalinism and the Baltic States: A Very Brief Introduction. In: Mertelsmann, Olaf (Ed.). The Baltic States under Stalinist Rule (9−12). Köln: Böhlau. (Das Baltikum in Geschichte und Gegenwart; 4).
  • Mertelsmann, O. (2016). The Objectives of the Different Waves of Stalinist Repression in the Baltic Republics. In: Mertelsmann, Olaf (Ed.). The Baltic States under Stalinist Rule (171−187). Köln: Böhlau. (Das Baltikum in Geschichte und Gegenwart; 4).
  • Mertelsmann, O. (2015). The Economic Impact of the Early Cold War on the Estonian SSR. In: Behind the Iron Curtain: Soviet Estonia in the Era of the Cold War (119−137). Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag.

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  • Morozov, V. and E. Pavlova (2017). Indigeneity and subaltern subjectivity in decolonial discourses: a comparative study of Bolivia and Russia. Journal of International Relations and Development, 1−28, 10.1057/s41268-016-0076-7 [forthcoming].
    Morozov, V. (2015). Aimed for the Better, Ended Up with the Worst: Russia and International Order. Journal of Baltic Security, 1 (1), 26−36.
  • Morozov, V. 2014. ‘Nature Abhors a Vacuum’, Russia in Global Affairs, no. 3,[in the Russian original] [in English].
  • Morozov, V. 2013. ‘Subaltern Empire? Toward a Postcolonial Approach to Russian Foreign Policy’, Problems of Post-Communism 60:6, pp. 16-28.
  • Morozov, V. 2013.  ‘Human Rights and Emancipation’, Политические исследования [Political Studies],  no. 4 (in Russian).
  • Makarychev, A., Morozov, V.  2013. ‘Is “Non-Western Theory” Possible? The Idea of Multipolarity and the Trap of Epistemological Relativism in Russian IR’, International Studies Review, 15(3), pp. 328–350.

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  • Nielsen, K. and H. Pääbo (2015). How Russian soft power fails in Estonia: Or, Why the Russophone Minorities Remain Quiescent. Journal on Baltic Security, 1 (2), 125−157.
  • Pääbo, H. (2015). Holocaust and the collective memory in Estonia. In: Eugeniusz Smolar (Ed.). Memory and Responsibility. The Legacy of Jan Karski (174−181). Warsaw: Semper Scientific Publisher.
  • Pääbo, H. (2015). Politik an der Grenze der neuen West-Ost-Konfrontation. Religion und Gesellschaft in Ost und West, 1, 12−14.
  • Pääbo, H. (2014). Constructing Historical Space: Estonia’s Transition from the Russian Civilization to the Baltic Sea Region. Journal of Baltic Studies, 45 (2), 187−205, 01629778.2013.846929.

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  • Pettai, V. and E.-C. Pettai (2016). Dealing with the Past: Post-Communist Transitional Justice. In: Petr Kopecky and Adam Fagan (Ed.). Routledge Handbook on East European Politics (xx−xx). Routledge Taylor & Francis Ltd [forthcoming].
  • Pettai, E.-C. (2015). Debating Baltic memory regimes. Journal of Baltic Studies, 1−14, 10.1080/01629778.2015.1108347.
  • Pettai, E.-C. 2015. Negotiating history for reconciliation: A comparative evaluation of Baltic presidential commissions. Europe-Asia Studies, 67 (7), 1079−1101, 09668136.2015.1064862.
  • Pettai, E.-C. 2014. “Interactions between History and Memory: Historical Commissions and Reconciliation.” S. Kattago (ed.) Ashgate Companion of Memory Studies, Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 237-250.

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  • Simons,  W.B. and T. Borisova 2012. ‘Preface.’ T. Borisova and W.B. Simons, eds. The Legal Dimension in Cold-War Interactions: Some Notes from the Field, in Law in Eastern Europe, No.62, (Leiden/Boston) pp. vii-ix.
  • Simons, W.B. and T. Borisova 2012. ‘Introduction: Legal Front of the Cold War: Why?’ T. Borisova and W.B. Simons, eds. The Legal Dimension in Cold-War Interactions: Some Notes from the Field, in Law in Eastern Europe, No.62, (Leiden/Boston) pp. xi-xxiv.

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