of Project-Relevant Publications
borders barriers? EU enlargement and the Russian region of Kaliningrad
(Helsinki: Finnish Institute of International Affairs, 2001, 190
p. (co-author: Lyndelle Fairlie) (in English).
and evolving security environment in the Baltic Sea area (Nizhny
Novgorod: University of Nizhny Novgorod, 1997), 45 pp. (in English).
Russian dimension of Nordic security: challenges and opportunities
(Copenhagen: Centre for Peace & Conflict Research, 1993), 67
pp. (Working Papers; 1993, no. 13) (in English).
Russian post-Communist Discourse on Northern Europe: a chance for
region-building? Gunna Lassinantti (ed.), Focal Point North-West
Russia - the future of the Barents Euro-Arctic Region and the Northern
Dimension (Lulea, 2002), pp. 11-30 (in English).
United States' Northern Dimension? Prospects for a US-Russian cooperative
agenda in Northern Europe', PONARS Policy Conference, Washington,
DC, January 25, 2002 (Washington, DC: Center for Strategic and International
Studies, 2001), pp. 127-132 (in English).
Northern Dimension as a factor of subregional security in North-Eastern
Europe', in: Irina Busygina (ed.), External Relations of Russian
Regions (Moscow: Moscow State Institute of International Relations,
2001), pp. 21-48 (in Russian).
and transborder security challenges in Northern Europe: defining
a co-operative agenda', in: Pertti Joenniemi and Jevgenia Viktorova
(eds.), Regional Dimensions of Security in Border Areas of Northern
and Eastern Europe (Tartu: Tartu University Press, 2001),
pp. 133-172 (in English).
regionalism and the EU's Northern Dimension', in: Graem Herd (ed.),
European Security & Post-Soviet Space: Integration or Isolation?
(Aberdeen: Conflict Studies Research Center, 2000), pp. 30-45 (co-author:
Pertti Joenniemi) (in English).
security challenges and transborder cooperation in North-Eastern
Europe', in: Andrei Makarychev (ed.), International Relations in
the 21st Century: Regional in Global, Global in Regional (Nizhny
Novgorod: Nizhny Novgorod Linguistic University, 2000), pp. 69-94
and the European Union: The Case of Kaliningrad', PONARS Policy
Discussion, December 8, 2000 (Washington: Council on Foreign Relations,
2000), pp. 143-147 (in English).
and the European Union: The Northern Dimension', PONARS Policy Discussion,
May 5, 2000, Washington, DC (Cambridge, Ma.: Davis Center for Russian
Studies, Harvard University, 2000), pp. 143-148 (in English).
policy towards the BEAR: from 'hard' to 'soft' security', Lassi
Heininen and Gunnar Lassinantti (eds.), Security in the European
North: from 'hard' to 'soft' (Rovaniemi: Arctic Centre, University
of Lapland, 1999, pp. 175-196 (in English).
Barents Regional Cooperation and the Russian Security Discourse',
Geir Flikke (ed.), The Barents Region Revisited (Oslo: Norwegian
Institute of International Affairs, 1998, pp. 25-52 (in English).
Russia dimension', Hans Mouritzen (ed.), Bordering Russia: theory
and prospects for Europe's Baltic Rim (Aldershot: Ashgate, 1998),
pp. 15-71 (in English).
security policies in the Baltic Sea area', Lars Hedegaard and Bjarne
Lindstrom (eds.), The NEBI Yearbook 1998 (Berlin: Springer, 1998),
pp. 465-483 (in English).
neoimperialism and realpolitik: Russia in search of a new Baltic
strategy in the post-Cold War era', Harald Runblom, Mieczyslaw Nurek,
Marceli Burdelski, Thomas Jonter and Erik Noreen (eds.), 50 Years
after World War II: International Politics in the Baltic Sea Region,
1945-1995 (Gdansk: Gdansk University Press, 1997), pp. 253-276 (in
search of a new strategy in the Baltic/Nordic area', Vladimir Baranovsky
(ed.), Russia and Europe: the emerging security agenda (New York:
Oxford University Press, 1997), pp. 325-349 (in English).
minorities problem in the Baltics states and European security',
Oleg A. Kolobov (ed.), The fate of the divided nations: past and
present (Nizhny Novgorod: University of Nizhny Novgorod, 1996),
pp. 121-134 (in Russian).
Russian dimension of Nordic security - hard choices and opportunities',
Visions of European security - focal point Sweden and Northern Europe
(Stockholm: The Olof Palme International Center, 1996), pp. 104-116