Avrasya Dünyası/Eurasian World has been published by the Ankara-based Center for Eurasian Studies (AVİM) since October 2017. Its mission is to present analytical assessments of academics and experts on the current developments in the Eurasian region to the reader. Within this framework, Avrasya Dünyası/Eurasian World publishes analytical articles and interviews that would help the reader to comprehend the economic, social, and political developments in the Eurasian region composed of Central and Eastern Europe, Balkans, Black Sea region, Caucasus, and Central Asia. In addition to that, developments that take place in the adjacencies of Eurasia such as Western and Southern Europe, Iran, Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, China, Korea, Japan, and ASEAN countries that affect and are affected by the developments in Eurasia are also among the interests of the journal. For more information, as well as the previous issues of Avrasya Dünyası/Eurasian World, please visit https://avim.org.tr/en/Dergiler/Avrasya-Dunyasi-Eurasian-World-1.
The 8th issue of Avrasya Dünyası/Eurasian World will be composed of analytical articles on the consequential developments taking place in the Eurasian region. The analyses on the current developments in the Eastern European part of Eurasia will be clustered as a special file.
Notes for Contributors
- Avrasya Dünyası/Eurasian World publishes analytical papers in either Turkish or English.
- Contributions must be pieces written in the form of an analysis, not an academic article. They must be reader friendly. The usage of academic jargon and long and complicated expressions are discouraged.
- Contributions must be 2,500-4,000 word long.
- There should be a clear hierarchy of headings and subheadings. These should not be numbered.
- Quotations more than 40 words should be indented from both the left and right margins and single-spaced.
- For references and explanations, footnotes must be used. No bibliography is required.
- ‘Single quotation mark’ must be used to put emphasis on specific concepts and expression.
- Contributions should be word processed using Microsoft Word, 12-point font, Times New Roman, and 1.5 spaced allowing good (1-1/2 inch) margins. Pages should be numbered sequentially.
All submissions should include the following information on the first page of the Word document:
- Full name(s) of the author(s),
- Professional position(s) of the author(s),
- Current department and institutional affiliation(s) of the author(s),
- Email(s) of the author(s),
- Full address(es)/phone(s)/fax details of the author(s).
Contributions should be submitted to Dr. Turgut Kerem Tuncel ([email protected]). “Eurasian World - 8th Issue” must be written in the subject of the email.
Deadline for contributions: 26 February 2021.
For your questions, please contact Dr. Turgut Kerem Tuncel at [email protected] or call +90 312 438 50 23.
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