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Issue 35 – April 2021

TOPICS:  RtoP, East Timor, resource conflicts, reconciliation and peacebuilding

Coordinator:
Christian Chereji and Ciprian Sandu

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Call for paper – CSQ36

CSQ36 is scheduled to be published in July 2021. We are now receiving manuscripts, which should be related to conflict analysis and management, study cases on organizational and international conflicts, mediation and alternative dispute resolution.

Regarding the articles submitted for CSQ36, we have the following information:

1. Due to an overwhelming submission and publication of Boko Haram-related articles, we will stop for the moment accepting articles on this topic.

2. Due to the overwhelming submission and publication of articles related to Nigeria, we will prioritize articles that will cover other countries/regions.

3. CSQ will prioritize the articles covering topics such as traditional conflict management practices, conflict analysis of large-scale conflicts or articles of methodology and analysis of negotiation and mediation techniques, organizational conflict or related to public policy.

The Conflict Studies Quarterly (CSQ) is published and supervised by a group of scholars of the Conflict Studies Center, affiliated to the College of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences at Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

The journal was developed as a response to the scarcity of publications on conflict analysis and management in Romania. It is, at this time, the only journal that covers this field.

CSQ is already listed in EBSCO, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and in Thomson Reuters’s Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). The journal remains under evaluation for possible coverage in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), SCOPUS, Cabell’s Directories, Proquest, Journalseek and JSTOR.

Those of you who want to contribute should send a title and a 400 words description of their proposed article by 1st of May, 2021. The complete article is expected no later than May 25, 2021.

Please send your proposal at ciprian.sandu@fspac.ro.

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Issue 34 – January 2021

TOPICS:  Adat, DDR of ex-combatants, US Middle East policy, South China Sea

Coordinator:
Christian Chereji and Ciprian Sandu

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Call for paper – CSQ35

CSQ35 is scheduled to be published in April 2021. We are now receiving manuscripts, which should be related to conflict analysis and management, study cases on organizational and international conflicts, mediation and alternative dispute resolution.

Regarding the articles submitted for CSQ35, we have the following information:

1. Due to an overwhelming submission and publication of Boko Haram-related articles, we will stop for the moment accepting articles on this topic.

2. Due to the overwhelming submission and publication of articles related to Nigeria, we will prioritize articles that will cover other countries/regions.

3. CSQ will prioritize the articles covering topics such as traditional conflict management practices, conflict analysis of large-scale conflicts or articles of methodology and analysis of negotiation and mediation techniques, organizational conflict or related to public policy.

The Conflict Studies Quarterly (CSQ) is published and supervised by a group of scholars of the Conflict Studies Center, affiliated to the College of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences at Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

The journal was developed as a response to the scarcity of publications on conflict analysis and management in Romania. It is, at this time, the only journal that covers this field.

CSQ is already listed in EBSCO, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and in Thomson Reuters’s Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). The journal remains under evaluation for possible coverage in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), SCOPUS, Cabell’s Directories, Proquest, Journalseek and JSTOR.

Those of you who want to contribute should send a title and a 400 words description of their proposed article by 1st of February, 2021. The complete article is expected no later than February 20, 2021.

Please send your proposal at ciprian.sandu@fspac.ro.

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Call for paper – CSQ34

CSQ34 is scheduled to be published in January 2021. We are now receiving manuscripts, which should be related to conflict analysis and management, study cases on organizational and international conflicts, mediation and alternative dispute resolution.

Regarding the articles submitted for CSQ34, we have the following information:

1. Due to an overwhelming submission and publication of Boko Haram-related articles, we will stop for the moment accepting articles on this topic.

2. Due to the overwhelming submission and publication of articles related to Nigeria, we will prioritize articles that will cover other countries/regions.

3. CSQ will prioritize the articles covering topics such as traditional conflict management practices, conflict analysis of large-scale conflicts or articles of methodology and analysis of negotiation and mediation techniques, organizational conflict or related to public policy.

The Conflict Studies Quarterly (CSQ) is published and supervised by a group of scholars of the Conflict Studies Center, affiliated to the College of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences at Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

The journal was developed as a response to the scarcity of publications on conflict analysis and management in Romania. It is, at this time, the only journal that covers this field.

CSQ is already listed in EBSCO, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and in Thomson Reuters’s Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). The journal remains under evaluation for possible coverage in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), SCOPUS, Cabell’s Directories, Proquest, Journalseek and JSTOR.

Those of you who want to contribute should send a title and a 400 words description of their proposed article by 1st of November, 2020. The complete article is expected no later than November 20, 2020.

Please send your proposal at ciprian.sandu@fspac.ro.

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Issue 33 – October 2020

TOPICS:  combating violent extremism, conflict-handling styles, reading conflicts, Afghanistan

Coordinator:
Christian Chereji and Ciprian Sandu

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Call for paper – CSQ33

CSQ33 is scheduled to be published in October 2020. We are now receiving manuscripts, which should be related to conflict analysis and management, study cases on organizational and international conflicts, mediation and alternative dispute resolution.

Regarding the articles submitted for CSQ33, we have the following information:

1. Due to an overwhelming submission and publication of Boko Haram-related articles, we will stop for the moment accepting articles on this topic.

2. Due to the overwhelming submission and publication of articles related to Nigeria, we will prioritize articles that will cover other countries/regions.

3. CSQ will prioritize the articles covering topics such as traditional conflict management practices, conflict analysis of large-scale conflicts or articles of methodology and analysis of negotiation and mediation techniques, organizational conflict or related to public policy.

The Conflict Studies Quarterly (CSQ) is published and supervised by a group of scholars of the Conflict Studies Center, affiliated to the College of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences at Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

The journal was developed as a response to the scarcity of publications on conflict analysis and management in Romania. It is, at this time, the only journal that covers this field.

CSQ is already listed in EBSCO, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and in Thomson Reuters’s Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). The journal remains under evaluation for possible coverage in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), SCOPUS, Cabell’s Directories, Proquest, Journalseek and JSTOR.

Those of you who want to contribute should send a title and a 400 words description of their proposed article by the August 15, 2020. The complete article is expected no later than 1st of September 2020.

Please send your proposal at ciprian.sandu@fspac.ro.

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Issue 32 – July 2020

TOPICS:  Gukurahundi, Niger Delta Oil Exploration, North Caucasus, US-Taliban peace talks

Coordinator:
Christian Chereji and Ciprian Sandu

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Call for paper – CSQ32

CSQ32 is scheduled to be published in July 2020. We are now receiving manuscripts, which should be related to conflict analysis and management, study cases on organizational and international conflicts, mediation and alternative dispute resolution.

Regarding the articles submitted for CSQ32, we have the following information:

1. Due to an overwhelming submission and publication of Boko Haram-related articles, we will stop for the moment accepting articles on this topic.

2. Due to the overwhelming submission and publication of articles related to Nigeria, we will prioritize articles that will cover other countries/regions.

3. CSQ will prioritize the articles covering topics such as traditional conflict management practices, conflict analysis of large-scale conflicts or articles of methodology and analysis of negotiation and mediation techniques, organizational conflict or related to public policy.

The Conflict Studies Quarterly (CSQ) is published and supervised by a group of scholars of the Conflict Studies Center, affiliated to the College of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences at Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

The journal was developed as a response to the scarcity of publications on conflict analysis and management in Romania. It is, at this time, the only journal that covers this field.

CSQ is already listed in EBSCO, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and in Thomson Reuters’s Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). The journal remains under evaluation for possible coverage in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), SCOPUS, Cabell’s Directories, Proquest, Journalseek and JSTOR.

Those of you who want to contribute should send a title and a 400 words description of their proposed article by the May 15, 2020. The complete article is expected no later than May 25, 2020.

Please send your proposal at ciprian.sandu@fspac.ro.

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Issue 31 – April 2020

TOPICS:  Online conflict, radicalization, Herdsmen-Farmers conflict, South Sudan, Roma women

Coordinator:
Christian Chereji and Ciprian Sandu

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