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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
The Uppsala Yearbook of Eurasian Studies II isbn 9780854902385

The Uppsala Yearbook of Eurasian Studies I

Edited by: Kaj Hober, Anna Jonsson Cornell, Leonid Polishchuk

ISBN13: 9780854902095
New Edition ISBN: 9780854902385
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780854900237
Published: July 2016
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £60.00

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During the years 2003 - 2006 Uppsala University published the Uppsala Yearbook of East European Law. For a number of reasons publication of the Yearbook was discontinued after the 2006 issue.

We are happy and proud to be able to resume publication of the Yearbook, now with a broadened perspective. As the title, The Uppsala Yearbook of Eurasian Studies indicates the Yearbook now also covers other disciplines than law, in particular political science and economics. Given recent developments in the Eurasian region this enlarged focus is increasingly relevant and important.

In this first issue of the relaunched Yearbook we publish presentations made at a symposium devoted to Russia’s membership in the WTO, a development of potentially great significance both to Russia and the rest of the world. The first issue also contains many other interesting contributions, including articles and notes dealing with Ukraine and the situation there.

The developing relationship between Russia and Ukraine is an area that we will continue to monitor and analyze.

The Editors

Other Jurisdictions , EU Law, Wildy, Simmonds and Hill, Russian Federation

Evguenia Bessonova, Natalya Turdyeva, and Natalya Volchkova, ”An Assessment of the Implications of Russia’s Entry into the WTO”;
Joakim Reiter, “Russia in WTO: New Kid on the Bloc”;
Kaj Hobér, “WTO and Russia – Can we Expect a Transformative Effect?”
Vitaliy Pogoretskyy and Sergii Melnyk, “Russian Energy and the WTO: Overview of the Accession Negotiations of the Russian Federation and Final Commitments”

Alexey Baranov, Egor Malkov, Leonid Polishchuk, Michael Rochlitz and Georgiy Syunyaev, “Russian Regional Institutions: Measurement, Taxonomy, Trends”;
Sofie Bedford, Laurent Vinatier, Leila Alieva, and Vugar Gojayev, “Failed Opposition’ Reconsidered: Dynamism and Changing Paradigms in Azerbaijan”;
Irina Busygina and Mikhail Filippov, “Functionality of the EU cMulti-Level Arrangements: Evidence from the “Russian Case”;
William E. Butler, “Ukrainian Family Law: An Introduction”;
Yana Litins’ka and Denis Karamyshev, “Lost in Translation: Interpretation of Legal Capacity in Ukraine”;
Ildikó Asztalos Morell, “Poverty and Governance: Rural Municipal Strategies Facing Ethnic and Social Marginalisation and Long-Term Unemployment in Hungary”;
Igor Torbakov, “A Parting of Ways? The Kremlin Leadership and Russia’s New-generation Nationalist Thinkers”;
Yelena Nikolayevna Zabortseva, “On the Developments of Post- Soviet Regionalism in 1991-2010: Reasons and Trends of Proliferation in Central Asia”

Anna Jonsson Cornell, Russia’s Annexation of Crimea – A Violation of Russian Constitutional Law?;
Evgenii Vyacheslavovich Gamerman, Northeast Asia after the Ukrainian crisis: Threats to Regional Security; Jane Henderson, The 2014 amendments to the 1993 Constitution of the Russian Federation;
Kaj Hober and Ausra Padskocimaite, The Yukos Saga;
Grigory Vaypan, A New Step in an Ambivalent Relationship between Russia and the European Court of Human Rights: A Comment on the Judgment of the Constitutional Court of Russia of 14 July 2015 No.

Martin Kragh, book review of The Oxford Handbook of the Russian Economy;
Ausra Padskocimaite, book review of Judgments of the European
Court of Human Rights – Effects and Implementation

William Butler, translation of The Constitution of the Russian Federation