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Dr Ekaterina Stepanova

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(except for books)

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Stepanova E., “Foreign Terrorist Fighters from Russia in and after Syria and Iraq: (Trans) National Trends and Threats”, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, vol. 46, no. 11 (2023), pp. 2214–2240.
[Online first: 7 June 2021].
DOI: 10.1080/1057610X.2021.1923625
WoS, Scopus


Stepanova E., “Peace process: on substantive definition,” World Economy and International Relations, vol. 66, no. 9 (2022), pp. 5–18.     pdf
DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2022-66-9-5-18
WoS; Scopus

Stepanova E. and Golunov S. (eds.), Peace Processes, Violence, and De Facto States (Moscow: IMEMO, 2022), 146 p. [Pathways to Peace and Security. 2022. no. 1(62): Special Issue].  pdf
ISBN: 978-5-9535-0610-6
DOI: 10.20542/978-5-9535-0610-6

Stepanova E. and Golunov S., Peace processes, violence, and de facto states: introduction, Pathways to Peace and Security, no. 1(62): Special Issue: Peace Processes, Violence, and De Facto States (2022), pp. 7–29. pdf
DOI: 10.20542/2307-1494-2022-1-7-29

Stepanova E., “Russia, Central Asia and non-traditional security threats from Afghanistan following the US withdrawal,” Global Policy, vol. 13, no. 1 (February 2022), pp. 138–145.
DOI: 10.1111/1758-5899.13058
WoS, Scopus


Stepanova E., Russias Approach to Afghanistan Following the Taliban Takeover, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 724, 22 November 2021.         pdf

Stepanova E., “Russias regional balancing and interests in the Middle East: Benefits, risks and implications for Europe,” Orient: German Journal for Politics, Economics and Culture of the Middle East, vol. 62, no. IV: External actors in MENA (2021), pp. 45–58.

Stepanova E., “Russia: Beyond the Global South-North Framework,“ in Annette Adler
and Juan Garzon (eds.), Transforming the War on Drugs: Warriors, Victims and Vulnerable Regions, Oxford University's Changing Character of War Series (London: Hurst, 2021), pp. 253–296.
ISBN: 9781787381988                                 Order from Hurst and OUP

Stepanova E., “Terrorism in the Russian Empire”, in Richard English (ed.), The Cambridge History
of Terrorism
(Cambridge University Press, May 2021), pp. 284–312.
DOI: 10.1017/9781108556248.012

Stepanova E., Terrorism in post-Soviet Russia”, in The Cambridge History of Terrorism (Cambridge University Press, May 2021), pp. 313–332. DOI: 10.1017/9781108556248.013

ISBN (online): 9781108556248; ISBN (print): 9781108470162

Stepanova E., “Russia and the search for a negotiated solution in Afghanistan,”
Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 73, no. 5 (2021), pp. 928–952.
[Online first: 26 October 2020].
DOI: 10.1080/09668136.2020.1826908
WoS, Scopus


Stepanova E. (co-author), Fostering a New Security Architecture in the Middle East,
ed. by A.Dessi and S.Colombo (Rome: Instituto Affari Internazionali;
Edizioni Nuova Cultura, 2020), 310 p.          pdf
ISBN: 978-88-3365-350-1

Stepanova E., Russia's Foreign and Security Policy in the Middle East: Entering the 2020s, IAI Papers. 20|16 (Rome: Instituto Affari Internazionali (IAI), 2020), 25 p.    pdf
ISBN: 978-88-9368-136-0

Stepanova E., Akhmad J., “Militant-terrorist groups in, and connected to, Afghanistan,” in Terrorism in Afghanistan: A Joint Threat Assessment, U.S.-Russia Working Group on Counterterrorism in Afghanistan (New York: East-West Institute, 2020), pp. 24–40.
ISBN: 978-0-9856824-9-1          pdf (chapter)    pdf (full report)


Stepanova E., "Global terrorism and antiterrorism after ISIL: Two key aspects that will not change soon", Global Terrorism Index 2019: Measuring the Impact of Terrorism (Sydney: Institute of Economics and Peace, 2019), pp. 71–73.    pdf

Stepanova E., Russia and the Afghan Peace Process, Program on New Approaches to Research and Security in Eurasia (PONARS Eurasia) Policy Memo no. 618, October 2019.    pdf    html

Stepanova E., “Regionalization as the key trend of Russia’s policy on Syria and in the Middle East,” in Russia's Policy in Syria and the Middle East, (Inst. for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington Univ., Jan. 2019), pp. 11-15.
    pdf (chapter)    pdf (report)

Stepanova E., “Russia's response to terrorism in the twenty-first century,” in Michael Boyle (ed.),
Non-Western Responses to Terrorism (Manchester Univ. Press, 2019), pp. 23–54.
ISBN: 978-1-5261-0582-0


Stepanova E., “Russia and conflicts in the Middle East: regionalisation and implications for the West,” in The International Spectator, vol. 53, no. 4 (2018), pp. 35–57.
DOI: 10.1080/03932729.2018.1507135 ; WoS, Scopus
Read full-text AM version.

Stepanova E. (co-author), “Violence, wars, peace, and security,” chapter 10 in Rethinking Society for the 21st Century, Vol. 2: Political Regulation, Governance and Societal Transformations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, July 2018), pp. 411–456.
DOI: 10.1017/9781108399647.003     order
Online ISBN: 9781108399647

Stepanova E., “Russias Approach to the Conflict in Libya, the East-West Dimension and the Role of the OSCE,” in Andrea Dessi and Ettore Greco (eds.), The Search for Stability in Libya: OSCE's Role between Internal Obstacles and External Challenges (Rome: Instituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) / Nuova Cultura, 2018), p. 89–111.     pdf (chapter)     pdf (volume)
ISBN: 978-88-3365-060-9

Stepanova E., Russia's Afghan Policy in the Regional and Russia-West Contexts, Russie.NEI.Reports, no. 23 (Paris: Institut français des relations internationales (Ifri),
May 2018), 48 p.    pdf
ISBN: 978-2-36567-855-1

Stepanova E., Russia's Syria Policy: The Hard Path of Military Disengagement, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 511, February 2018 (Washington D.C.: Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University).    pdf    html

Stepanova E. (ed.), Humanitarian Challenges, Humanitarian Support and Human Protection in Armed Conflicts (Moscow: IMEMO, 2018), 331 p., in Russian and English
[Pathways to Peace and Security, no. 1(54), 2018: Special Issue].
    ISBN 978-5-9535-0532-1 ; DOI: 10.20542/978-5-9535-0532-1
    In English: Contents;  From the editor;  select articles


Stepanova E., “Russia's Policy on Afghanistan,” in The Central Asia - Afghanistan Relationship: From Soviet Intervention to the Silk Road Initiatives, ed. by Marlene Laruelle (Lexington Books / Rowman & Littlefield, 2017), p. 89–114.
    ISBN 978-1-4985-4654-6

Stepanova E. (ed.), Addressing Terrorism, Violent Extremism and Radicalization: Perspectives from Russia and the United States (Moscow, IMEMO, 2017), 262 p. [Pathways to Peace and Security, no. 1(52): Special Issue, May 2017]. In English and Russian.
    Contents   Preface   pdf
    ISBN 978-5-9535-0502-4; DOI: 10.20542/978-5-9535-0502-4

Stepanova E., Cragin K., "Terrorism and Countering Violent Extremism," chapter 9 in A Roadmap for U.S.-Russia Relations, A Report of the CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program and Russian International Affairs Council, ed. by Andrei Kortunov and Olga Oliker (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2017), p. 73–81.
    ISBN 978-1-4422-8027-4 (print); ISBN 978-1-4422-8028-1 (eBook)

Stepanova E., The ISIS factor in Afghanistan: how much of a challenge for Russia?, Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies (Columbia Univ.) and OSCE Academy in Bishkek Project, Bishkek Project Memo, 30 March 2017.


Stepanova E., How and Why the United States and Russia Can Cooperate on Terrorism, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 450, November 2016 (Washington D.C.: Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University).   pdf   html

Stepanova E., “Russia,” in The Oxford Handbook on the Responsibility to Protect (Oxford University Press, 2016), pp. 409–428.

Stepanova E., “Regionalization of violent jihadism and beyond: the case of Daesh,” in Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society, vol. 2? no. 2: Religious Fundamentalism (2016), pp. 30–55.   pdf
DOI: 10.14220/jrat.2016.2.2.30

Stepanova E., Russia in the Middle East: Back to a Grand Strategy or Enforcing Multilateralism? Politique étrangère, no. 2, Summer 2016, p. 23-35.   pdf    html

Stepanova E., Russia's Policy on Syria after the Start of Military Engagement, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 421, February 2016 (Washington D.C.: Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University).   pdf    html


Stepanova E., The "Islamic State" as a Security Problem for Russia: the Nature and Scale of the Threat, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 393, October 2015 (Washington D.C.: Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University).   pdf    html

Stepanova E., North Caucasus a Wall Against or a Bridge for "Islamic State"? Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) Analysis, 3 July 2015.


Stepanova E., “Transnational Islamist terrorism: network fragmentation and bottom-up regionalization,” in Global Terrorism Index 2014: Measuring and Understanding the Impact of Terrorism (Sydney, New York, London: Institute of Economics & Peace, Nov. 2014), pp. 74–78.

Stepanova E. The Political Crisis in Afghanistan and its Implications for Russia, Russian Council on Foreign Affairs analytical brief, 25 July 2014.

Stepanova E., “Terrorism and antiterrorism,” in M.Kaldor and I.Rangelov (eds.), The Handbook of Global Security Policy (London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2014), pp. 126–144.

Stepanova E., “Lone wolves and network agents in leaderless jihad: the case of the Boston Marathon bombing cell”, in K.Rekawek and M.Milosevic (eds.), Perseverance of Terrorism: Focus on Leaders (Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2014), pp. 50–63.

Stepanova E., “The evolution of the al-Qaeda-type terrorism: networks and beyond,” in L.Bossi, C.Demetriou and S.Malthaner (eds), Dynamics of Political Violence: A Process-Oriented Perspective on Radicalization and the Escalation of Political Conflict (Farnham, VA: Ashgate, 2014), pp. 288–305.


Stepanova E. The Boston Bombings: A Post-Qaeda Take on “Lone Wolves” and “Leaderless Jihad”, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 268, July 2013 (Washington D.C.: Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University).

Stepanova E., Russia's Concerns Relating to Afghanistan and the Broader Region in the Context of the US/NATO Withdrawal, Policy Research Paper Series “Sources of Tension in Afghanistan and Pakistan - Regional Perspectives” (Barcelona: CIDOB, June 2013), 23 p.

Stepanova E., Afghanistan after 2014: The Way Forward for Russia, Russie.NEI.Visions, no. 71, May 2013 (Paris: Institut français des relations internationales (Ifri), 2013), 19 p. See also in French and Russian.

Stepanova E. (principal author), Afghan Narcotrafficking: A Joint Threat Assessment,
Report by Joint U.S.-Russia working group on the Afghan narcotrafficking
(New York: EastWest Institute, 2013), 60 p.


Stepanova E. Implications of the withdrawal of the U.S./NATO forces from Afghanistan, in The Future of Russia's Involvement in Central Asia, Central Asia Policy Forum, no. 3 (Dec. 2012), pp. 2-3, 5-7, 9-10.

Stepanova E. The Syrian Civil War: Transition Without Intervention?, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 228, September 2012 (Washington D.C.: The Institute for European, Russian & Eurasian Studies, George Washington University).

Stepanova E. “Transnational threats: terrorism, drug trafficking, piracy,” in A.Dynkin and N.Ivanova (eds), Russia in a Polycentric World (Moscow: Ves' Mir Publishers, 2012), pp. 143–150.

Stepanova E. “The Syria crisis and the making of Russias foreign policy,” PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 199, in Dividing Lines in Russian Politics and Foreign Policy (Washington D.C.: The Institute for European, Russian & Eurasian Studies, George Washington Univ., 2012), pp. 40–45.

Stepanova E. “Illicit drugs and insurgency in Afghanistan,” in Perspectives on Terrorism, vol. VI, no. 2 (May 2012), pp. 4–18.

Stepanova E. “Future trends in violent threats to security,” in Global Strategic Developments: A Futuristic Vision (Abu Dhabi: The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR), 2012), pp. 167–193; see also in Arabic.

Stepanova E. Russias policy on the Syria crisis: sources and implications, in International Affairs at LSE, 12 March 2012.

Stepanova E. Hostage-Taking and Barricade as a Terrorist Tactic, in Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium (TRAC) (e-Encyclopedia), Beacham Publishing Corp., 2012.


Stepanova E. The Path to a Political Solution in Afghanistan, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 190 (Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Eurasia Strategy Project, July 2011).

Stepanova E. The Role of Information Communication Technologies in the Arab Spring: Implications Beyond the Region, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 159, May 2011.

Stepanova E. Post-Bin Laden prospects for the peace process in Afghanistan, International Affairs at LSE, 16 May 2011.

Stepanova E. "Asymmetrical conflict as a non-mathematical category", in Security Index (International Edition), no. 2(95), (Spring 2011), pp. 85-90.

Stepanova E. Beyond Protection: In the Wake of the Moscow Domodedovo Airport Terrorist Attack, Analisis del Real Instituto Elcano (ARI), Madrid, 3 Feb. 2011.


Stepanova E. “Beyond `narcoterrorism: illicit drug business and terrorist tactics in armed conflicts”, in The Politics of Narcotic Drugs: A Survey (London: Routledge, 2010), pp. 120–130.

Stepanova E., “Armed conflict, crime and criminal violence,” in SIPRI Yearbook 2010: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp. 37–60 (see also chapter summary).

Stepanova E. “Illicit drug business and armed conflicts: the scope and limits of the links,” in J.G.Tokatlian (ed.)., Drugs and Prohibition: An Old War, a New Debate (Buenos Aires: Zorzal, 2010), pp. 287–314.

Stepanova E., “Terrorism and political extremism,” in Graeme Herd (ed.), Great Powers and Strategic Stability in the 21st Century: Competing Visions of World Order (London: Routledge, 2010).


Stepanova E., “Islamist terrorism in the Caucasus and Central Asia,” in Alex Schmid and Garry Hindle (eds.), After the War on Terror: Regional and Multilateral Perspectives on Counterterrorism Strategy (London: RUSI Books, 2009), pp. 104-124.

Stepanova E., Does Russia Want the West to Succeed in Afghanistan?, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 61 (Washington DC: Georgetown University Eurasia Strategy Project, September 2009).

Stepanova E., Sections V.1. “Counternarcotics”; V.2. “Anti-terrorism”; V.4. “Prevention of and response to emergencies and humanitarian crises,” in I.Yurgens, A.Dynkin and V.Baranovsky V. (eds), The Architecture of Euro-Atlantic Security (Moscow: Library of the Institute of Contemporary Development, 2009), pp. 56–61, 63–64.

Stepanova E., “Book Review: Terror and consent: the wars for the twenty-first century. By Philip Bobbitt,” in International Affairs [Chatham House], vol. 85, no. 4 (July 2009), pp. 849–850.

Stepanova E., Addressing Drugs and Conflicts in Myanmar: Who Will Support Alternative Development? SIPRI Policy Brief (Stockholm, June 2009).

Stepanova E., “Trends in armed conflicts: one-sided violence against civilians,” in SIPRI Yearbook 2009: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 39–68. See also » video presentation of this chapter at SIPRI Yearbook 2009 presentation.

Stepanova E., “Massive conventional terrorist attack as a threat to critical infrastructure security,” in Nayef al-Rodhan (ed.)., Potential Global Strategic Catastrophes (Berlin, Wien, London, Zurich etc.: LIT Verlag, 2009), pp. 253–269.

Stepanova E., Iran and Afghanistan: Cross Border Security Challenges, Conflict Management, and Iran-U.S. Relations, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 56, May 2009 (Washington D.C.: Georgetown Univ. Eurasia Strategy Program).

Stepanova E., “New trends and challenges in modern armed conflicts,” in Sungho Kang, John W. McDonald and Chinsoo Bae (eds.), Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding: The Role of NGOs in Historical Reconciliation and Territorial Issues (Seoul: Northeast Asian History Foundation, 2009), pp. 25–46.


Stepanova E., South Ossetia and Abkhazia: Placing the Conflict in Context, SIPRI Policy Brief (Stockholm, November 2008).

Stepanova E., “Al-Qaeda inspired transnational terrorism: ideology and organizational forms,”
in J.Saikia and E.Stepanova (eds.), Terrorism: Patterns of Internationalization (Sage, 2009),
pp. 191–209.
DOI: 10.4135/9788132102205.n10

Stepanova E., “Islamist terrorism as a threat to Europe: the scope and limits of the challenge,” in Demet Ulusoy (ed.), Political Violence, Organised Crime, Terrorism and Youth, NATO Science for Peace and Security Series: Human and Societal Dynamics, vol. 46 (Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2008), pp. 141–158.

Stepanova E., “Radicalization of Muslim immigrants in Europe and Russia: beyond terrorism,” PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 29, in PONARS Eurasia Policy Conference, 12 September 2008 (Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Eurasia Strategy Project, 2008), pp. 111–115.

Stepanova E., “Trends in Armed Conflicts,” in SIPRI Yearbook 2008: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008), chapter 2, pp. 44–71.

Pikayev A. and Stepanova Ye., “Nonproliferation and nuclear terrorism,” in Alexei Arbatov and Vladimir Dvorkin (eds), Nuclear Weapons After the Cold War (Moscow: Carnegie Moscow Center; R.Elinin Publishing House, 2008), pp. 271–306.

Stepanova E., “Cultures of solidarity and national interest: Russia's conflict management policies,” in Jean-Marc Coicaud and Nicholas J. Wheeler (eds.), National Interest and International Solidarity: Particular and Universal Ethics in International Life (Tokyo: United Nations University (UNU) Press, 2008), pp. 87–119.


Stepanova E., “Islamist terrorism today: global and regional levels,” in Security Index [Routledge], vol. 13, no. 1(81) (Spring 2007), pp. 79–94.


Stepanova E., “Iraq and world order: a Russian perspective,” in Ramesh Thakur and Waneguru Pal Singh Sidhu (eds.), The Iraq Crisis and World Order: Structural, Institutional and Normative Challenges (Tokyo: UNU Press, 2006), pp. 249–264.

Stepanova E., “Russia’s Middle East policy: old divisions or new?” PONARS Policy Memo no. 429, in PONARS Policy Conference, 8 December 2006 (Washington D.C.: Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), 2006), pp. 109–113.

Stepanova E., “Terrorism as a tactics of spoilers in peace processes,” in Edward Newmann and Oliver Richards (eds.), Challenges to Peacebuilding: Managing Spoilers During Conflict Resolution (Tokyo: UNU Press, 2006), pp. 78–104.

Stepanova E., “Legal and practical aspects of the antiterrorism campaign,” in SIPRI Yearbook 2005: IMEMO Contribution to the Russian Edition (Moscow: Nauka, 2006), pp. 36–59 (also available in Russian).

Stepanova E., “The use of Russia’s security forces in post-conflict environment,” in Albrecht Schnabel and Hans-Georg Ehrhart (eds.), Security Sector Reform and Post-Conflict Peace-Building (Tokyo: UNU Press, 2006), pp. 133–155.


Stepanova E., “Illicit drug trafficking and Islamist terrorism as threats to Russia’s security: The limits of the linkage,” in PONARS Policy Conference, 9 December 2005 (Washington D.C.: CSIS, 2005), pp. 165–170.

Stepanova E., “Russias approach to the fight against terrorism,” in J.Hedenskog, V.Konnander, B.Nygren, I.Oldberg, C.Pursiainen (eds.), Russia as a Great Power: Dimensions of Security under Putin (London: Routledge-Curzon, 2005), pp. 301–322.


Stepanova E., “War and peace building,” in The Washington Quarterly (Special Issue: What Did 9/11 Change?), vol. 27, no. 4 (Autumn 2004), pp. 127–136.

Stepanova E., From Dubrovka to Beslan: Who Is Learning Faster? PONARS Policy Memo no. 347 (Washington D.C.: CSIS, November 2004).

Stepanova E., “International peace-building and radical Islamic organisations in war-torn areas: beyond terrorism,” in The Failure of Political Islam, Human Rights Conflict Prevention Center Research Papers [Bihac, Bosnia-Herzegovina], vol. IV, no. 3–4, 2004, pp. 507–527.

Stepanova E., The Challenge of Terrorism in Post-Saddam Iraq: A View from Russia, PONARS Policy Memo no. 325 (Washington D.C.: CSIS, April 2004).

Stepanova E., “Linking anti-terrorism and peace operations: specifics and constraints,” in Peace Support Operations, Parliaments and Legislation (Moscow: Geneva Center for the Democractic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF); Center for Political and International Studies (CPIS), 2004), pp. 134–141.


Stepanova E., “Postwar Iraq: policy options for Russia,” PONARS Policy Memo no. 322, in PONARS Policy Conference Materials, 12 December 2003 (Washington D.C.: CSIS, Nov. 2003), pp. 209–215.

Stepanova E., “The OSCE and the US-Russian cooperation in the fight against terrorism,” in OSCE Yearbook 2002, Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, Hamburg Univ. (Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2003), pp. 59–72.

Stepanova E., “Russia and international cooperation in the fight against terrorism,” in Russia: Arms Control, Disarmament and International Security, IMEMO Contribution to the Russian Edition of the SIPRI Yearbook 2002 (Moscow: Nauka, 2003), pp. 32–46 (also available in Russian).

Stepanova E., “The unilateral and multilateral use of force by the United States,” in David M. Malone and Yuen-Foong Khong (eds.), Unilateralism and U.S. Foreign Policy: International Perspectives (Boulder, Col.: Lynne Rienner Publ., 2003), pp. 181–200.


Stepanova E., “The use of Russias grey area forces in post-conflict environments,” in Civil-Military Relations Network Bulletin [Kings College London]. 2002. no 4. pp. 3–6.

Stepanova E., “Partners in need: U.S.-Russia cooperation on and approaches to anti-terrorism,” PONARS Policy Memo no. 279, in PONARS Policy Conference 2002 (Washington D.C.: CSIS, 2002), pp. 187–192.

Stepanova E., “Russia and the U.S. Policy Toward Iraq: Conflict of Interests and Limits of Dissent, PONARS Policy Memo no. 249 (Washington D.C.: CSIS, October 2002).

Stepanova E., “Russia and the combat against terrorism in local and regional conflicts,” in Russia: Arms Control, Disarmament and International Security, IMEMO Contribution to the Russian Edition of the SIPRI Yearbook 2001 (Moscow: IMEMO, 2002), pp. 42–58.

Stepanova E., “Military operations Other Than War: The U.S. View,” in Military Thought [EastWest Publications], 2002, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 127–133.

Stepanova E., “Separately Together: U.S. and Russian Approaches to Political Settlement in Afghanistan,” PONARS Policy Memo no. 230, in PONARS Policy Conference Materials (Washington D.C.: CSIS, 2002), pp.117–122.


Stepanova E., “U.S.-Russia cooperation in Afghanistan and its implications,” East European Constitutional Review, 2001, vol. 10, no. 10, pp. 92–95.

Stepanova E. “U.S.Russia Cooperation on Afghanistan: An Exception or a Model? PONARS Policy Memo no. 201 (Washington D.C.: CSIS, September 2001).

Stepanova E., “Russian (In)Security”, in Transitions Online (10 May 2001).

Stepanova E., “Internationalization of local and regional conflicts,” in International Affairs [Moscow], 2001, vol. 47, no. 1, pp. 36–47.

Stepanova E., “Eurasian pathos” (Book review), in Transitions Online (28 Feb. 2001).


Stepanova E., “Russias policy on the Kosovo crisis: the limits of cooperative peacemaking,” in K.Spillman and J.Krause, Kosovo: Lessons Learned for International Cooperative Security (Bern: Peter Lang Publ., 2000), pp. 205–230.

Stepanova E., International Terrorism in the Southern Tier: Perceived or Real Threat to Russias Security? PONARS Policy Memo no. 167 (Washington D.C.: Council on Foreign Relations, 2000).

Stepanova E., “Kosovo and Chechnya: illogical parallels,” in Security Dialogue [Oslo: PRIO], vol. 31, no. 1 (March 2000), pp. 507-509.


Stepanova E., Western Policy on Chechnya: Rationalizing Relations with Russia? PONARS Policy Memo no. 100 (Cambridge (Mass.): Davis Center for Russian Studies, Harvard University, December 1999).

Stepanova E., Explaining Russias Dissention on Kosovo, PONARS Policy Memo no.57 (Cambridge (Mass.): Davis Center for Russian Studies, Harvard University, March 1999).

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