Dr Ekaterina Stepanova
PEACEMAKING, PEACE-BUILDING AND HUMAN SECURITY
List of publications
(in English unless otherwise noted)
Stepanova E. Ceasefires
as part of war, peace process, or a ‘no peace, no war’ format, International Trends, vol. 21,
no. 1(72) (2023), pp. 4374 [in Russian].
Stepanova E., Peace process: on substantive definition,
World Economy and International Relations, vol. 66, no. 9 (2022), pp. 518.
See also in Russian: Stepanova E.,
protsess: k soderzhatel'nomu opredeleniyu [Peace process: on substantive definition],
Mirovaya ekonomika i mezhdunarodnyie otnosheniya [World Economy and International Relations],
vol. 66, no. 9 (2022), pp. 518
[in Russian]. pdf
Stepanova E. and Golunov S. (eds.),
Peace Processes, Violence,
and De Facto States (Moscow: IMEMO, 2022), 146 p. [Pathways to Peace and Security. 2022.
Special Issue]. pdf
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. 729.
Stepanova E., Russia
and the search for negotiated solution in Afghanistan, Europe-Asia Studies, 26 October 2020.
and the Afghan Peace Process, Program on New Approaches to Research and Security
in Eurasia (PONARS Eurasia) Policy Memo no. 618, October 2019.
The Afghan peace
process and Russia's role, in Pathways to Peace and Security, no. 2(57), 2019,
pp. 2133; in Russian.
Stepanova E., Dynamics
of dialogue in conflicts: Track Two, in Pathways to Peace and Security, no. 1(56), 2019,
Stepanova E. (ed.), Humanitarian
Challenges, Humanitarian Support and Human Protection in Armed Conflicts (Moscow: IMEMO, 2018), 331 p.
[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., "Humanitarian
aspects of modern conflicts," in Pathways to Peace and Security, no. 1(54), 2018: Special Issue,
pp. 11-43, in Russian, abstract in English.
Stepanova E., "Russia’s
humanitarian role in conflicts in Donbass and Syria (in the context of “responsibility to protect”),"
in Pathways to Peace and Security, no. 1(54), 2018: Special Issue, pp. 129-181, in Russian,
abstract in English.
Stepanova E., Russia,
chapter 22 in The Oxford Handbook on the Responsibility to Protect, ed. by Alex Bellamy and Tim Dunne (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), pp. 409428.
at Oxford Handbooks Online.
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. 167193; also in Arabic.
Russia's Concerns Relating to Afghanistan and the Broader Region in the Context of
the US/NATO Withdrawal, (Barcelona: CIDOB, 2013), 23 p.
Stepanova E. The Syrian
Civil War: Transition Without Intervention?, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 228, September 2012;
see also in Russian.
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. Post-Bin Laden prospects for the peace process
in Afghanistan, International Affairs at LSE, 16 May 2011.
Stepanova E.A. [Global trends in one-sided violence against civilian
population], in Obschestvennyie nauki i sovremennost' [Social Sciences and Modernity], no. 6 (2010),
pp. 8189, in Russian. pdf html
Stepanova E., Armed conflict, crime and criminal violence, in SIPRI Yearbook 2010: Armaments, Disarmament and
International Security (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp. 3760; also in Chinese, Russian and Ukranian.
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. 3968; also in Arabic, Chinese,
Russian and Ukrainian.
» video presentation
at SIPRI Yearbook 2009 presentation.
Stepanova E., Section V.4. Prevention of and response to emergencies and humanitarian crises, in The Architecture of
Euro-Atlantic Security (Moscow: Library of the Institute of Contemporary Development, 2009),
pp. 5661, 6364; also in
Stepanova E., Iran and Afghanistan: Cross
Border Security Challenges, Conflict Management, and Iran-U.S. Relations, PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo no. 56 (Washington D.C.:
Georgetown Univ. Eurasia Strategy Program, May 2009).
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. 87119.
Stepanova E., [The state and the individual in modern conflicts],
in Mezhdunarodnyie protsessy [International Processes] vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan.Apr. 2008),
pp. 2940, in Russian.
Stepanova E., South Ossetia and Abkhazia:
Placing the Conflict in Context, SIPRI Policy Brief (Stockholm, November 2008).
Stepanova E., [Russias humanitarian potential and
post-conflict reconstruction], in Mirovaya ekonomika i mezhdunarodnyie otnoshenija [World Economy
and International Relations], no. 5 (May 2007), pp. 6578, in Russian.
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. 78104.
Stepanova E., The use of Russias security forces in
post-conflict environment, in Albrecht Schnabel and Hans-Georg Ehrhart (eds.),
Sector Reform and Post-Conflict Peace-Building (Tokyo: UNU Press, 2006), pp. 133155.
Stepanova E., War and peace building,
in The Washington Quarterly (Special Issue: “What Did 9/11 Change?”),
vol. 27, no. 4 (Autumn 2004), pp. 127136.
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. 134141; also in Russian.
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. 34, 2004, pp. 507527.
Anti-Terrorism and Peace-Building During
and After Conflict
(Stockholm: SIPRI, 2003). pdf
Reprinted in: Peace Studies: Critical Concepts in Political Science (London: Routledge,
2005), vol. III, pp. 338389.
Stepanova E., Post-war
Iraq: policy options for Russia, PONARS Policy Memo no. 322, in PONARS Policy Conference Materials, 12 December 2003 (Washington D.C.: CSIS, Nov. 2003),
Stepanova E., [Russia and the problems of local/regional conflict management. Peacekeeping],
in Razoruzhenije i bezopasnost [Disarmament and Security, 20012002] (Moscow: Nauka, 2003),
pp. 114141, in Russian.
Stepanova E., Military
operations Other Than War: The U.S. View, in Military Thought [EastView Publications], vol. 11, no. 2 (March/April 2002), pp. 127133.
See also in Russian: Stepanova E., [Armed forces' participation in operations other than war], in
Voyennaya Mysl' [Military Thought], no. 3 (2002), pp. 7176.
Stepanova E., Separately Together: U.S. and Russia’s Approaches to Post-Conflict Settlement in
Afghanistan, PONARS Policy Memo no. 230, in PONARS Policy Conference Materials (Washington D.C.: CSIS,
2002), pp. 117122.
Stepanova E., The use of Russia’s ‘grey area’ forces in post-conflict environments, in
Civil-Military Relations Network Bulletin [King’s College London]. 2002. no 4. pp. 36.
Stepanova E.A., Voyenno-Grazhdanskiye Otnosheniya v Operatsiyakh Nevoyennogo Tipa
[Civil-Military Relations in Operations Other Than War]
(Moscow: Human Rights Publ., 2001), 272 p., in Russian
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. 205230;
see also in German.
Stepanova E., Kosovo and Chechnya: illogical parallels, in
Security Dialogue [Oslo: PRIO],
vol. 31, no. 1 (March 2000), pp. 507-509.