Problems of Post-Communism, a publication of M.E. Sharpe, covers the contemporary societies of the communist and post-communist world. With a special focus on issues of interest to U.S. foreign policy, the journal provides accessible and timely research on political, economic, and security-related developments in Europe and Asia, with a geographic span that includes Russia and China, Central Europe and Central Asia, Latin America, and Southeast Asia.
The journal is edited by Dr. Dmitry Gorenburg, in cooperation with the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research (NCEEER) and Dr. Sherrill Stroschein. Dana Ponte (NCEEER, Executive Associate) and Danielle Percich (NCEEER, Program Officer) work as the editorial assistants.
We welcome submissions via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or MS Tracker (http://mstracker.com/submit1.php). Submitted manuscripts should conform to an 8,000 - 10,000 word count (including notes) and include an abstract of no more than 100 words. All personally identifying information must be removed from the article before submission. Please see the Submission Guidelines sections for more information.
All submissions must be original work that is not under consideration by another journal. Problems of Post-Communism does not publish book reviews. Submitted articles undergo a double-blind peer review process that is overseen by NCEEER's Board of Directors, and by the Problems of Post-Communism Editorial Board.