We are pleased to inform that the book Great and Small Games in Central Asia and the South Caucasus co-edited and co-authored by Tomasz Pugacewicz and Marcin Grabowski of ISAD Faculty has just been published by the Swiss based publisher, Peter Lang Verlag. The volume argues for a multidimensional analysis of international, regional, and domestic cooperation and conflicts in the region. The authors analyze foreign policies of great powers such as Russia, China, U.S., EU, Japan, and Iran toward this part of the world. The work looks at regional issues and regionalism, including the Eurasian Union and the Belt and Road Initiative. A series of chapters study domestic processes ranging from clan politics, identity construction, the media, to non-state actors. The publication applies theoretical pluralism and utilizes realism, liberalism, constructivism, and FPA. The book has been published in the series International Relations in Asia, Africa and the Americas, edited by the Centre for International Studies and Development.
Excerpts of the book were published at: https://www.academia.edu/81070819/Great_and_Small_Games_in_Central_Asia_and_the_South_Caucasus_ed_by_Tomasz_Pugacewicz_and_Marcin_Grabowski_
See the book and other of the series at the publisher’s web page: https://www.peterlang.com/document/1220623