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Problems of Post-Communism
The National Council for Eurasian and East European Research (NCEEER) is pleased to announce that it will assume editorial responsibility for Problems of Post-Communism with the July/August 2003 issue. NCEEER joins in this endeavor with M.E. Sharpe, Inc., which has published the journal since 1994.
NCEEER wishes to acknowledge the excellent work of its editorial predecessor, Professor James R. Millar, professor of economics and international affairs at the University, in establishing and maintaining the highest standards of academic excellence in administration and publication of the journal. As a national research organization, NCEEER is committed to sustaining these standards, and is pleased that the current Associate Editors, Professor Andrew Michta of Rhodes College and Professor Bruce Dickson of the George Washington University, and Managing Editor Dr. Ann Robertson will continue to work with the journal.
NCEEER works closely with the INO-Center, the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Kennan Institute to support the work of humanists and social scientists in the Russian Federation through the Initiative on Higher Education in the Former Soviet Union (HEFSU) and the Carnegie Research Fellowship Program (CRFP), which supports the work of Russian scholars to do research in the United States. NCEEER also works closely with the Centers for Advanced Study and Education (CASEs), and numerous CASE-affiliated scholars have also been CRFP awardees.
NCEEER is directed by Dr. Robert T. Huber, who will also serve as the Editor of Problems of Post-Communism. Submissions, which may be subject to peer review, are welcome. Target submission length is 2025 double-spaced pages or 6,0007,000 words INCLUDING notes, and must be in English. Submissions may be submitted electronically to , or by mail to Problems of Post-Communism/NCEEER, 910 17th Street, NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20006.

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