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Selected Journals for Baltic Studies
Journals on Baltic, East-European, post-Soviet Topics
Quarterly. Covers politics and society in Baltic and other post-Soviet states.
East European Politics and Societies
Quarterly. Covers issues in the contemporary Baltics and Eastern Europe from social, political and humanities perspectives.
East European Jewish Affairs
Three issues/year. Articles on the history and current affairs of Jewish populations in Baltic, Russian and other post-Soviet space.
Eurasian Geography and Economics
Six issues/year. Eurasia here spans the Baltics, Eastern Europe, post-Soviet space, and China.
Ten issues/year. Covers the Baltics, Eastern Europe and post-Soviet space with focus on history, current affairs, and economy.
Quarterly. Foreign and current affairs of the Baltics and other post-Soviet republics. Ceased publication in 2013, available in print only.
Six issues/year. Ethnic and minority affairs in the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and post-Soviet space.
Problems of Post-Communism
Six issues/year. Politics, economics and history of the post-Communist Baltics and Eastern Europe.
Religion, State & Society (Keston Journal)
Quarterly. Focuses on issues of religion and the state in Eastern Europe (including the Baltics) and post-Soviet space.
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