Tel: + 358 (0) 46 958 2502
Visiting address: Linna 6073
- Ethnically diverse communities
- Everyday peace and conflict
- Narratives and communal identity
- International relations and conflicts in the post-Soviet region
Side by side on the border of conflict zone: narration-enabled everyday practices of conflict avoidance in Armenian-Azerbaijani rural communities in southern Georgia
Externally funded research projects at TAPRI:
- Cross-Regional Corridors of Dialogue: Developing a Complementing Track for Transforming Long-Standing Conflicts, OSCE Network Project 2018-2019, researcher. Funding organization: Federal Foreign Office (Germany)
- Proactive Conflict Management at Post-Soviet Deep Borders, Academy project 2012-2016, research assistant and researcher. Funding organization: Academy of Finland.
- Security and Development Research within the Wider Europe Initiative (WEI) Security Cluster. All-European conflict resolution and geopolitical rivalries in the operating environment for security and development policies in the states within Wider Europe; with focus on Moldova, Armenia, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan, 2010-2012, intern. Funding organization: Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.
- Romashov Vadim. (2016). "Tsopi: An Azerbaijani-Armenian World." Meydan TV. https://www.meydan.tv/en/site/society/19487/
- Romashov Vadim, Helena Rytövuori-Apunen. (2016). "Russia's Karabakh policy: new momentum in regional perspective." Caucasus Survey. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23761199.2016.1231491. Included in an article collection by Routledge "Research on Post-Soviet Russia"
- Burcu Gültekin Punsmann, Zaal Anjaparidze, Sos Avetisyan, Izida Chania, Vadim Romashov, Rashad Shirinov. (2016). "Review of Isolation Policies Within and Around the South Caucasus." The Caucasus Edition: Journal of Conflict Transformation, special volume "The South Caucasus and Its Neighborhood: From Politics and Economics to Group rights," pp. 110-140.
- Pinar Sayan, Orhan Gafarlı, Tamta Jijavadze, David Muradyan, Mehmet Fatih Öztarsu, and Vadim Romashov. (2016). "Economic Cooperation in the South Caucasus and the Wider Region: Gained Losses, Lost Benefits." The Caucasus Edition: Journal of Conflict Transformation, special volume "The South Caucasus and Its Neighborhood: From Politics and Economics to Group rights," pp. 71-109.
- Romashov Vadim. (2016). "Uzbekistan's Balancing Act: A Game of Chance for Independent External Policies." In Rytövuori-Apunen ed. The Regional Security Puzzle Around Afghanistan: Bordering Practices in Central Asia and Beyond. Opladen, Berlin, Toronto: Barbara Budrich, pp. 161-190. OA at http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-47034-3
- Romashov Vadim. (2016). Two roles, One Play: Russia’s Dilemma in Nagorno-Karabakh. Centre for Policy and Research on Turkey (Research Turkey/Independent Turkey). http://researchturkey.org/two-roles-one-play-russias-dilemma-in-nagorno-karabakh/
- 05/2018: "Armenian-Azerbaijani Co-living in Georgia as Inspiration for “Post-liberal Peace” Research", 11th talk of the Spring 2018 Works-in-Progress series organized by the Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRC), the American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS, and the American Research Institute of the South Caucasus (ARISC) at CRRC office (Tbilisi)
- 11/2017: "Everyday Peace and Conflict: Narrative Practices of Armenian-Azerbaijani Rural Communities in Georgia", 2nd Annual Conference of Russia and the Caucasus Regional Research (RUCARR) at Malmö University (Malmö, Sweden)
- 03/2017: "Community Narratives and Conflict Avoidance: The Case of Armenian-Azerbaijani Rural Population in Georgia", 10th Biennial Conference of the European Peace Research Association (Schwerte, Germany)
- 02/2017: "Counter-narratives as Resistance to Conflict Discourses", Workshop with Ann Phoenix "Master Narrative – Counter Narrative?" organised by Narrare, University of Tampere
Visiting address: Linna building, 6th floor
Postal address: TAPRI, School of Social Sciences and Humanities
FI-33014 University of Tampere, Finland
tel. +358 (0)3 355 111