Publications

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Janusz Bugajski

 

Books and Monographs: Non-Fiction

  • Eurasian Disunion: Russia’s Vulnerable Flanks, Jamestown Foundation, 2016
  • Conflict Zones: North Caucasus and Western Balkans Compared, Jamestown Foundation, 2014
  • Return of the Balkans: Challenges to European Integration and U.S. Disengagement, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2013
  • Georgian Lessons: Conflicting Russian and Western Interests in the Wider Europe, CSIS Press, 2010
  • Dismantling the West: Russia’s Atlantic Agenda, Potomac Books, 2009
  • America’s New European Allies, Nova Science Publishers, 2009
  • Expanding Eurasia: Russia’s European Ambitions, CSIS Press, 2008
  • The Eastern Dimension of America’s New European Allies, U.S. Army War College, 2007
  • Atlantic Bridges: America’s New European Allies (with Ilona Teleki), Rowman & Littlefield, 2007
  • America’s New Allies: Central-Eastern Europe and the Transatlantic Link, CSIS Press, 2006
  • Kosova Rising: From Occupation to Independence (Ngritja e Kosoves), Koha, Prishtina, 2006
  • Cold Peace: Russia’s New Imperialism, Praeger/Greenwood, 2004 (Translated into Romanian, Bulgarian, and Lithuanian)
  • Back to the Front: Russian Interests in the New Eastern Europe Donald T. Treadgold Papers in Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies, No.41, University of Washington, 2004
  • Political Parties of Eastern Europe: A Guide to Politics in the Post-Communist Era, M. E. Sharpe, 2002
  • Nations in Turmoil: Conflict and Cooperation in Eastern Europe, Westview Press, 1993; second edition, 1995
  • Ethnic Politics in Eastern Europe: A Guide to Nationality Policies, Organizations, and Parties, M. E. Sharpe, 1994
  • Fourth World Conflicts: Communism and Rural Societies, Westview Press, 1991
  • Sandinista Communism and Rural Nicaragua, Praeger / CSIS, 1990
  • East European Fault Lines: Dissent, Opposition, and Social Activism, Westview Press, 1989
  • Czechoslovakia: Charter 77s Decade of Dissent, Praeger/CSIS, 1987

Books: Fiction

  • Journeys of No Return: The Balkan Sagas of Anvil Kutlas, Create Space, 2011

Edited Publications

  • Central-East European Policy Review, 2011, CSIS, Washington DC, 2011
  • Kazakhstan’s OSCE Chairmanship 2010: Final Report, CSIS, Washington DC, 2011
  • Western Balkans Policy Review, 2010, CSIS, Washington DC, 2011
  • Kazakhstan’s OSCE Chairmanship, 2010: Interim Report, CSIS, Washington DC, 2010
  • Toward an Understanding of Russia: New European Perspectives, Council on Foreign Relations, 2002

Journal Articles, Reports, Book Chapters

  • “Ethnic Politics in Post-socialist Southeastern Europe,” in Marko Valenta and Sabrina P. Ramet (Eds) Ethnic Minorities and Politics in Post-socialist Southeastern Europe, Cambridge University Press, 2016
  • “Azerbaijan’s Relations With the Euro-Atlantic Zone and the Balkan Connection,” in Margarita Assenova and Zaur Shiriyev (Eds), Azerbaijan and the New Energy Geopolitics of Southeastern Europe, Jamestown Foundation, Washington DC, June 2015
  • “The Politics of Genocide,” The American Interest, Washington DC, 21 May 2015
  •  “Russia’s Transformation,” Journal of International Security Affairs, Washington DC, Winter 2015
  • “Arm Ukraine to Avoid Another Bosnia,” The American Interest, Washington DC, 30 January 2015
  • “Moscow Dissects Central-Eastern Europe,” The American Interest, Washington DC, 29 December 2014
  • “Bulgaria: Progress and Development,” in Sharon L Wolchik and  Jane Leftwich Curry (Eds), Central and Eastern Europe Politics From Communism to Democracy, Rowman & Littlefield, 2014
  • “Ukraine’s European Future,” Ukraine: European Strategic Development, Center for European And Transatlantic Studies, Kyiv, Ukraine, December 2014
  • “The Western Balkans,” Oxford Bibliographies, November 2014
  • “The Baltics Confront Moscow’s Ambitions,” The American Interest, Washington DC, 3 October 2014
  • “Russia’s Choice: Putinism or Progress,” The American Interest, Washington DC, 1 September 2014
  • “Moscow Exploits Balkan Soft Spots,” Central Europe Digest, Washington DC, 10 July 2014
  •  “Why NATO and EU Must Reopen Their Doors to the Balkans,” Balkan Insight, 1 July 2014
  • “Long March to Brussels,” Foreign Affairs, Washington DC, 26 June 2014
  • “The Shadow War,” Central Europe Digest, Washington DC, 9 May 2014
  • “Confronting the Putin Doctrine,” Hungarian Review, Budapest, May 2014
  • “Poland and Russia: Strategic Rivalry Deferred,” Limes: Italian Geopolitical Review, January 2014
  • Russia as a Pole of Power: Putin’s Regional Integration Agenda,” Stephen Blank (Ed), Politics and Economics in Putin’s Russia, U.S. Army War College, 2013, (article)
  • “Georgia’s Post Election Challenges and Priorities,” Policy Brief 2, CSIS, Washington, DC, November 2012 (article)
  • “Turkey’s Impact in the Western Balkans,”Atlantic Council, Washington DC, February 2012 (article)
  • “A New Transatlantic Approach for the Western Balkans,” CSIS Report, Europe Program, November 2011
  • “Putin Returns,” E-International Relations, September 28, 2011
  • “Visegrad: Past, Present, and Future,” Hungarian Review, Budapest, May/June 2011
  • “Poland’s Progress: Where Warsaw Fits in Europe,” Current History: A Journal of Contemporary World Affairs, Vol.110, Issue 734, March 2011
  • “Atlanticism Without Orientation” OsteuropaBerlinJanuary 2011
  • “Is Poland Abandoning its Neighbors?” International Relations, Warsaw, 2011
  • “Putinist Russia’s Pragmatic Reimperialization,” Imperial Victims/Empires as Victims, ed. Andrzej Nowak, Polish Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 2010
  • “Obama’s Europe: An Alliance in Flux,” Hellenic Review, Vol.18, No.2, Autumn 2010
  • “Regional Overview”and “The Republic of Macedonia/ Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,” Western Balkans Policy Review 2010, CSIS Press, September 2010
  • “Can Eastern Europe’s Democracies Weather the Storm?” Current History: A Journal of Contemporary World Affairs, March 2010
  • “Russia’s Pragmatic Reimperialization,” Caucasian Review of International Affairs, Vol. 4, No. 1, Winter 2010
  • “The Berlin Wall: 20 Years Later,” U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Information Programs, Fall 2009
  • “Collective Accession: The WTO Entry Bids of Russia, Kazakhstan, and Belarus,” Eastern Europe and Central Asia World Finance Review, September 2009
  • “Europe’s East Rising,” Journal of International Security Affairs, Washington D.C., No.14, Spring 2008
  • “Kosovo’s Independence: Practicalities, Precedents, and Power Politics,” European Security Forum, Working Paper No.28, Brussels, Belgium, February 2008
  • “Bulgaria: Progress and Development,” in Sharon Wolchik and Jane L. Curry, (Eds.) Central and East European Politics: From Communism to Democracy, Rowman & Littlefield, 2008, 2011
  • “Central Eastern Europe: American Interests,” The Analyst: Central and Eastern European Political and Economic Review, Budapest, Vol.1, No.3, 2006
  • “The European Union’s Eastern Dimension,” New Europe Review, Vol.2, No.5, 2005, Washington DC
  • “Washington’s New European Allies: Durable or Conditional Partners?” The Washington Quarterly, Vol.28, No.2, Spring 2005
  • “Status, Standards, and Security: The Kosovo Challenge,” European and U.S. Policies in the Balkans, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), Deutsches Institut fur Internationale Politik und Sicherheit, Berlin, July 2004
  • “Russia’s New Europe,” The National Interest, Washington, D.C., Winter 2003
  • “The Balkans as Global Model: Three Dimensions of Security,” Albanian Institute for International Studies, Debating Integration, Tirana, 2003
  • “From Ethnic Voting to Ethnic Cleansing,” Patterns of Prejudice, Vol.37, No.2, 2003
  • “Piu La Polonia E Potente Piu Serve All’America,” Li Me: Rivista Italiana Di Geopolitica, Italy, No.3, 2003
  • “America’s Balkan Allies,” CEDEM Magazine for Social Affairs, Montenegro, No.1, October 2002
  • “Toward an Understanding Of Russia,” Acta Oeconomica, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Vol.52, Issue 1, 2002
  • “Kosova: The Core of the Balkans,”in Building Stability in Weak States: The Western Balkans, National Defence Academy, Institute for Peace Support and Conflict Management, Vienna, Austria, April 2002
  • “The Balkans Since Dayton,” Modern Greek Studies Yearbook, University of Minnesota, Vol.16/17, 2000-2001
  • “Facing the Future: The Balkans To The Year 2010,” Discussion Paper, C.86, Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI), University of Bonn, 2001
  • “Between Ethnicity and Citizenship: Eastern Europe’s Cross-Border Minorities,” Minorities and Tolerance: Central and Eastern Europe and the NIS, Woodrow Wilson Center Conference, July 2001
  • “Yugoslavia: Hazard for the U.S.?” The World and I, Vol.16, No.5. May 2001
  • “Europe’s Security Pillars,” European Integration for the 21st Century, Pilar Institute, Croatia, 2001
  • “Greater Albania or Political Suicide,” Kosova and Balkan Observer, Prishtina, Kosova, Year 1, No.1, March 2001
  • “Nationalist Majority Parties: The Anatomy of Ethnic Domination in Central and Eastern Europe,” in Jonathan P. Stein (Ed.) The Politics of National Minority Participation in Post-Communist Europe: State-Building, Democracy, and Ethnic Mobilization, Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 2000
  • “Kosova at a Crossroads,” Kosova Historical/ Political Review, Institute of History, Prishtina and Tirana, No.8, 2000
  • “Southeast European Reconstruction: Winning or Losing the Balkans?” CSIS Europe Program Report, Washington DC, October 2000
  • “Balkan In Dependence,” The Washington Quarterly, Vol.23, No.4, Autumn 2000
  • “Bulgaria: A Security Surge,” Brassey’s Eurasian and East European Security Yearbook, Washington DC, Brassey’s, 2000
  • “Die Strategischen und Militarischen Nachwirkungen des Friedensabkommens von Dayton,” Dunja Melcic, (Ed.), Der Jugoslawien-Krieg: Handbuch zu Vorgeschichte, Verlauf und Konsequenzen, Westdeutscher Verlag, Germany, 1999
  • “Ethnic Relations and Regional Problems in Independent Ukraine,” Sharon Wolchik and Volodymyr Zviglyanich (Eds.), Ukraine: The Search for National Identity, London: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999
  • “The New Leaders,” The World & I, Vol.12, No.11, November 1999
  • “Ripple Effect,” Armed Forces Journal, May 1999
  • “Kosova Between War and Independence: Implications for International Security,” The Balkan Analyst, No.1 (12), Tirana, 1999
  • “The Situation in Kosovo,” The World & I, Vol.12, No.6, June 1999
  • “Blowup in the Balkans?” The World and I, Vol.11, No.11, November 1998
  • “Key Elements of Romania’s Security Strategy,” CSIS Policy Paper, October 1998, and reprinted in Kurt W. Tretow and Mihail E. Ionescu (Eds.) Romania and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Iasi: Center for Romanian Studies, 1999
  • “Close to the Edge in Kosovo,” The Washington Quarterly, Vol.21, No.3, Summer 1998
  • “NATO’s Bosnian Lessons,” Italy and the Balkans, CSIS / Italian Review of Geopolitics, May 1998
  • “The Kosovar Volcano,” Transitions: Changes in Post-Communist Societies, Vol.4, No.5, October 1997
  • “The Rise of Nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe: Kinds, Causes, Consequences, Countermeasures,” Uncaptive Minds, Vol.9, No.3-4, Fall 1997
  • “The Balkans on the Brink Again,” The Washington Quarterly, Vol.20, No.4, Autumn 1997
  • “Stabilizing Partition with SFOR,” Transitions: Changes in Post-Communist Societies, Vol.3, No.3, 21 February 1997
  • “Charter 77 (Czechoslovakia),” Protest, Power, and Change: An Encyclopedia of Non-Violent Action, New York and London: Garland Publishing Inc., 1997
  • “Challenges to European Security,” The Brown Journal of World Affairs, Vol.4, No.1, Winter / Spring 1997
  • “The Communist Comeback,” The World & I, Vol.11, No.3, 1996
  • “Balkan Myths and Bosnian Massacres,” in Raju Thomas and H. Richard Friman (eds.), The Balkan Conflict: Religion, Ethnicity, and Nationalism, New York: Garland, 1996
  • “Committed to Reform” (with Chad Damro) The World & I, Vol.11, No.12, December 1996
  • “Blood and Soil in Bosnia,” Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs, Vol.40, No.4, Fall 1996
  • “Policy Forum: Bosnia-After the Troops Leave,” The Washington Quarterly, Vol.19, No.3, Summer 1996
  • “Dayton’s Impact on the U.S. Presidential Election,” Transitions, Vol.2, No.14, 12 July 1996
  • “The Many Faces of Nationalism,” Uncaptive Minds, Fall / Winter 1995-1996
  • ‘Paper Tiger in the Balkans,” The World & I, Vol.10, No.9, September 1995
  • “Bosnia’s Precarious Future,” The World & I, Vol.10, No.3, March 1995
  • “The Fate of Minorities in Eastern Europe,” in Larry Diamond and Marc F. Plattner (Ed,) Nationalism, Ethnic Conflict, and Democracy, Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1994 
  • “Greece: New Power in the Balkans” (with David Augustyn), The World & I, Vol.9, No.1, January 1994
  • Czechoslovakia’s Political Transition: From Monism to Pluralism,” Stanford Journal of International Affairs, Fall/Winter 1994
  • “Politics in Yugoslavia’s Successor States: A Regional Overview,” Uncaptive Minds, Vol.7,No.1(25), Winter / Spring 1994
  • “The Challenge of Ethnic Conflict: The Fate of Minorities in Eastern Europe,” Journal of Democracy, Vol.4, No.4, October 1993
  • “Balkan Vortex: States, Territories, and Minorities,” International Journal for Group Rights, Vol. 1, No.3, Summer 1993
  • “The Contours of Ethnic Politics in Eastern Europe,” Balkan Forum, Vol.1, No.3, June 1993
  • “Albania–The Domino That Didn’t Quite Fall,” in Lyman Legters (ed.), Eastern Europe: Transformation and Revolution, 1945-1991, Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath & Co., 1992
  • “Bosnian Blunders,” The World & I, Vol.6, No.11, November 1992
  • “Gorbachev: The Debate,” Nationalities Papers, Vol.XVII, No.2, Summer 1992
  • “Restructuring Eastern Europe: Towards A New European Order,” The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, Vol.15, No. 2, Summer 1991
  • “Eastern Europe in the Post-Communist Era,” The Columbia Journal of World Business, Vol.VI, No.1, Spring 1991
  • “Balkan Battles: Observing the Yugoslav Imbroglio,” The World & I, Vol.6, No.3, March 1991
  • “Solidarity at the Crossroads,” The World & I, Vol.5, No.9, September 1990
  • “Return to Europe,” The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, Vol.14, No.2, Summer 1990
  • “Poland’s Anti-Communist Manifesto,” Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs, Vol.34, No.1, Winter 1990
  • “Nicaragua’s Sandinista Project: Ideology, Power Building, and Social Manipulation,” Political Communication and Persuasion, Vol.5, No.8, August 1989
  • “Liberating the Soviet Bloc,” The World & I, Vol.3, No.8, August 1989
  • “East European Dissent: Impasses and Opportunities,” Problems of Communism, Vol.37, No.2, March-April 1988
  • “The Bird in Moscow’s Cage: Eastern Europe and Perestroika,” The National Interest, No.12, Summer 1988
  • “Soviet Bloc Propaganda: The Glasnost Factor,” Political Communication and Persuasion, Vol.4, No.4, 1987
  • “A Glimpse of Poland’s Alternative Society,” Soviet/East European Survey, 1985-1986, Duke University Press, 1987
  • “The Labyrinth of Polish Opposition,” The World & I, Vol.2, No.5, May 1987
  • “Reagan and Poland: Spies, Speculations, and Scapegoats,” The World & I, Vol.2, No.1, January 1987
  • “The Soviet Union and the Third World,” The Washington Quarterly, Vol.9, No.4, Fall 1986
  • “Poland’s Political Scapegoats,” Political Communication and Persuasion, Vol.3, No.2, 1985
  • “Poland’s Anti-Clergy Campaign,” The Washington Quarterly, Vol.8, No.4, Fall 1985
  • “The Pattern of Repression” and “The Party in Crisis,” Soviet /East European Survey 1983-1984, Duke University Press, 1985