Forum of EthnoGeoPolitics Vol.2 No.2 Autumn 2014

Forum of EthnoGeoPolitics
A publication of the Association for the Study of EthnoGeoPolitics (EGP)
Kinkerstraat 73c, 1053 DG Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tel : 06-14410381 (Servet Sahin, treasurer)
Bank account NL83 INGB 0752 458760 T. a. o. Servet Sahin, Amsterdam
Website: http://www.ethnogeopolitics.org
Email: [email protected]
Registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce, Nr. 53597257
Print ISSN: 2214-3211 Online ISSN: 2352-3654
Publication date: 27 November 2014 (online edition)
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Scope
The aim of the Association for the Study of EthnoGeoPolitics (EGP), or EthnoGeoPolitics in
short, is to further the study of and teaching on the cultural, social, ethnic and (geo-)political
characteristics, processes and developments in di!ferent areas of the world, at universities,
institutes and colleges in and outside the Netherlands. The association’s journal, Forum of
EthnoGeoPolitcs, is above all intended to elicit analytic debate by allowing scholars to air
their views, perspectives and research «#ndings—with critical responses from others who
may hold a di!ferent view or research approach (submit articles and responses to
[email protected]). At the association’s website, http://www.ethnogeopolitics.org,
one can «#nd more information about its foundation, founding members, aims, activities and
publications—in particular freely downloadable copies of the journal’s issues.
Editorial Board
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Babak Rezvani, University of Amsterdam & Chairperson EGP
Executive Editor: Caspar ten Dam, University of Leiden & Secretary EGP
Associate Editor: Servet Sahin, Free University of Amsterdam & Treasurer EGP
Associate Editor: Brandon Miliate, Department of Political Science, University of Indiana
Assistant Editor: Arnav Anjaria, Centre for Human Rights, University of Hyderabad, India
We welcome the following scholars as Assistant Editors to the Editorial Board:
Dr. Jason E. Strakes, International School for Caucasus Studies, Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
Steven Pelletier, Department of English Language & Literature, University of Michigan
Forum of EthnoGeoPolitics
Forum of EthnoGeoPolitics Vol.2 No.2 Autumn 2014

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