Volumes

The first and second volume of the Uppsala Yearbook of Eurasian Studies is now available.

A call for contributions for the third volume has been announced and it can be found under “Call for Contributions”.

Uppsala Yearbook of Eurasian Studies vol. I - Table of content:
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SYMPOSIUM ON 3 APRIL 2014: “WTO AND RUSSIA: WHAT CAN WE EXPECT? ECONOMIC, LEGAL AND POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS”
Evguenia Bessonova, Natalya Turdyeva, and Natalya Volchkova, ”An Assessment of the Implications of Russia’s Entry into the WTO”; 
Joakim Reiter, “Russia in WTO: New Kid on the Bloc”; 
Kaj Hobér, “WTO and Russia – Can we Expect a Transformative Effect?”
Vitaliy Pogoretskyy and Sergii Melnyk, “Russian Energy and the WTO: Overview of the Accession Negotiations of the Russian Federation and Final Commitments”

ARTICLES
Alexey Baranov, Egor Malkov, Leonid Polishchuk, Michael Rochlitz and Georgiy Syunyaev, “Russian Regional Institutions: Measurement, Taxonomy, Trends”; 
Sofie Bedford, Laurent Vinatier, Leila Alieva, and Vugar Gojayev, “Failed Opposition’ Reconsidered: Dynamism and Changing Paradigms in Azerbaijan”; 
Irina Busygina and Mikhail Filippov, “Functionality of the EU cMulti-Level Arrangements: Evidence from the “Russian Case”; 
William E. Butler, “Ukrainian Family Law: An Introduction”; 
Yana Litins’ka and Denis Karamyshev, “Lost in Translation: Interpretation of Legal Capacity in Ukraine”; 
Ildikó Asztalos Morell, “Poverty and Governance: Rural Municipal Strategies Facing Ethnic and Social Marginalisation and Long-Term Unemployment in Hungary”; 
Igor Torbakov, “A Parting of Ways? The Kremlin Leadership and Russia’s New-generation Nationalist Thinkers”; 
Yelena Nikolayevna Zabortseva, “On the Developments of Post- Soviet Regionalism in 1991-2010: Reasons and Trends of Proliferation in Central Asia”

NOTES AND COMMENTS
Anna Jonsson Cornell, Russia’s Annexation of Crimea – A Violation of Russian Constitutional Law?; 
Evgenii Vyacheslavovich Gamerman, Northeast Asia after the Ukrainian crisis: Threats to Regional Security; Jane Henderson, The 2014 amendments to the 1993 Constitution of the Russian Federation; 
Kaj Hober and Ausra Padskocimaite, The Yukos Saga; 
Grigory Vaypan, A New Step in an Ambivalent Relationship between Russia and the European Court of Human Rights: A Comment on the Judgment of the Constitutional Court of Russia of 14 July 2015 No. 21-P

BOOK REVIEWS
Martin Kragh, book review of The Oxford Handbook of the Russian Economy; 
Ausra Padskocimaite, book review of Judgments of the European
Court of Human Rights – Effects and Implementation

DOCUMENTS
William Butler, translation of The Constitution of the Russian Federation

Uppsala Yearbook of Eurasian Studies vol. II - Table of content:
ARTICLES
Jonathan Anderson; The Soviet Slant – Two Key Factors in Cuba’s Transplant of Soviet Constitutional Principles
Christian R. Burne; Ask and You Shall Receive: The Exercise of Military Powers by the Russian President
Kirill Koroteev; Degradation of Russian Administrative Law: Cassation Proceedings in Judicial Review before the Russian Supreme Court
Margarita Kozlov; Russia and the WTO: Russia’s Case Against the EU Concerning the Third Energy Package
Daria Kozlowska-Rautiainen; Arbitration law in Poland – the changed and unchanged”
Elena Maslovskaya; Juridical professionalization of a Russian human rights NGO: a case study
Katrin Nyman Metcalf; Aggression in the Information Space – Russia and its neighbours

BOOK REVIEW
Anna A. Dekalchuk; Book Review of Russia-EU Relations and the Common Neighbourhood: Coercion vs. Authority

DOCUMENTS
William Butler; Translation of the Constitution of the Republic of Crimea;