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Journal of Eurasian Studies is a biannual journal published by the Asia-Pacific Research Center, Hanyang University, devoted to the study of the links that expand across and beyond Eurasia. The Journal defines Eurasia broadly as the region that encompasses Central Asia and the Caucasus, as well as in Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Turkey, and Southwest Asia. Its aim is to offer a fresh view of Eurasia by facilitating a vigorous discussion on the new opportunities and challenges that Eurasian inter-connectivity brings to state and non-state actors. Submissions may address domestic and international politics, economic and developmental issues, migration, social and intellectual exchanges, as well as environmental concerns and technology sharing. The journal also invites submissions with an interdisciplinary or humanities approach, including history, culture, art, anthropology and ethnography, and which seek to contribute to the recontextualizing of the Eurasian space.
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