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Europe / general

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., “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 Sept. 2008 (Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Eurasia Strategy Project, 2008), pp. 111–115.

Stepanova E., “The OSCE and the US-Russian cooperation in the fight against terrorism,” in OSCE Yearbook 2002, Institute for Peace Research & Security Policy, Hamburg University (Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2003), pp. 59–72.
   See also in German: Stepanova E., “Die OSZE und die amerikanisch-russische Zusammenarbeit im Kampf gegen den Terrorismus,” in OSZE: Jahrbuch 2002 (Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2002), pp. 63–76.


The Balkans

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.

Stepanova E., [The Albanian factor in the Macedonia conflict], in Albanskij faktor krizisa na Balkanah [The Albanian Factor in the Balkan Crises] (Moscow: INION RAN, 2003), pp. 87103, in Russian.

See Chapter 3: “Development and realization of NATO civil-military cooperation (CIMIC) concept in Bosnia”, pp. 71-96;
Chapter 4: Civil-military relations during the 1999 Kosovo humanitarian crisis, pp. 97-137;
Chapter 5: Civil-military cooperation in NATO Kosovo Force operation, pp. 138-172, in:

Stepanova E.A., [Civil-Military Relations in Operations Other Than War] (Moscow: Human Rights Publ., 2001), 272 p., in Russian.

Stepanova E., [Religious peace at the time of war: the role of the religious factor in the Macedonian crisis], in NG-Religion, no. 16 (87) (22 Aug. 2001), in Russian.

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;
    see also in German: Stepanova E., “Russlands Politik in der Kosovo-Krise: Die Grenzen der 'Partnerschaft fur den Frieden',” in Joachim Krause (Hrsg.), Kosovo: Humanitare Intervention und kooperative Sicherheit in Europa (Berlin: Leske + Budrich, 2000), pp.147–166.

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

Stepanova E., “Russia and NATO crisis management strategy,” Russia and European Security Institutions: Entering the 21st Century (Moscow: Carnegie Moscow Center, 2000), pp. 134–173, in Russian.

Stepanova E., “Rusija u kosovskoj krizi,” Glasnik odjelenja drustvennih nauka [Montenegro Academy of Siences and Arts], no. 13 (2000), pp. 199–216, in Serbian.

[Kosovo: International Aspects of the Crisis], eds D.Trenin and E.Stepanova
(Moscow: Carnegie Moscow Center, 1999), 309 p., in Russian



Stepanova E., [U.S. Policy on the Kosovo conflict], in D.Trenin and E.Stepanova (eds), [Kosovo: International Aspects of the Crisis] (Moscow: Carnegie Moscow Center, 1999), pp. 158–211, in Russian.

Stepanova E., Explaining Russias Dissention on Kosovo, PONARS Policy Memo no.57 (Cambridge (Mass.): Davis Center for Russian Studies, Harvard University, March 1999).
Stepanova E., [Regional conflict management policy of the Clinton administration], in USA and the World (Moscow State Univ. Press, 1997), pp. 117–133.

Manykin A.S., Stepanova E.A., [The formation of the new system of international relations and the Yugoslav crisis], in Na rubezhe vekov [At the Turn of the Century], no. 1 (Jan.-March 1997), pp. 55–63, also available in Serbian.

Stepanova E., [Dayton accords on Bosnia and Russia's geopolitical interests], in Biznes i politika [Business and Politics], no. 2(15) (1996), pp. 58–63.



Latin America
(see also publications in Spanish)

See Section IV: “A new type of armed conflict? Drug-related violence in Mexico,” pp. 55-59, in
Stepanova E., “Armed conflict, crime and criminal violence,” in SIPRI Yearbook 2010: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010).

Stepanova E. “El negocio de las drogas ilícitas y los conflictos armados: alcance y límites de sus vínculos,” Juan Gabriel Tokatlian (comp.), Drogas y prohibición: Una vieja guerra, un nuevo debate (Buenos Aires: Libros del Zorzal, 2010), pp. 313–344, in Spanish;
    see also in English: 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.

See Section VI: “Colombia”, pp. 61-66, in Stepanova E., “Trends in armed conflicts: one-sided violence against civilians,” in SIPRI Yearbook 2009 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009).

Stepanova E., [Illicit drug business and socio-political protest movements in Colombia, Bolivia and Peru], in Eksport vooruzhenij [Arms Exports], no. 3 (MarchApr. 2006), pp. 5662, in Russian.

See Chapter 2: “Illicit drug production and internal conflict in Colombia,” pp. 95-158;
Chapter 4, § 2: “Terrorism as a tactics of asymmetrical armed conflict in a drug-producing area: Colombia”, pp. 215-225, in
Stepanova E.A., [The Role of Illicit Drug Business in the Political Economy of Conflicts and Terrorism] (Moscow: Ves Mir, 2005), 312 p., in Russian.


Southeast Asia

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

See Section IV: Sri-Lanka (pp. 52-57), in Stepanova E., “Trends in armed conflicts: one-sided violence against civilians,” in SIPRI Yearbook 2009 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009).

See Chapter 3: “Drug production and internal conflict in Myanmar (Burma),” pp. 159-198, in Stepanova E.A., [The Role of Illicit Drug Business in the Political Economy of Conflicts and Terrorism] (Moscow: Ves Mir, 2005), 312 p., in Russian.


See Chapter 6, §3: “UN CIMIC system in East Timor”, in
Stepanova E.A., [Civil-Military Relations in Operations Other Than War]
(Moscow: Human Rights Publ., 2001), 272 p., in Russian.



Sub-Saharan Africa

See “Piracy and conflict in Somalia,” pp. 46-50, in Stepanova E., “Armed conflict, crime and criminal violence,” in SIPRI Yearbook 2010 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010).

See Section III: “Somalia,” pp. 46-52, in Stepanova E., “Trends in armed conflicts: one-sided violence against civilians,” in SIPRI Yearbook 2009 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009).

See Section IV: “Darfur (Sudan),” pp. 57-63, in Stepanova E., “Trends in Armed Conflicts,” in SIPRI Yearbook 2008 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008).


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