Small States & Territories Journal

Current issue

Current issue

Small States & Territories [ISSN: 2616-8006]

Vol. 6, No. 1, May 2023

Pages 1-2: Table of Contents

Pages 3-14: Doing politics within the confines of restrictive norms: The case of Saint Lucia - Abrak Saati

Pages 15-34: Small European states in the hybrid warfare era: The cases of Cyprus, Malta, and Estonia - Constantinos Adamides and Petros Petrikkos

Pages 35-48: Micronational claims and sovereignty in the Minquiers and Écréhous - Vicente Bicudo de Castro, Christian Fleury and Henry Johnson

Pages 49-68: Sri Lanka navigating major power rivalry: How domestic drivers collide with the international system - Nilanthi Samaranayake

Pages 69-82: Blue Economy: The perspectives of Small Island Developing States - Angelique Pouponneau


Book Reviews (Pages 83-96)

Pages 83-84: Matt Qvortrup (2022). I want to break free: A practical guide to making a new country – REVIEW by Kerryn Baker

Pages 85-86: Julia R. Kotzebue (Ed.) (2022). Towards sustainable transport and mobility: Perspectives on travelling and commuting in small island states. REVIEW by Dave N. P. Mootien

Pages 87-88: Lech J. Janczewski and William Caelli (Eds). (2020). Cyber conflicts and small states. REVIEW by Jamie Croucher

Pages 89-90: Philippe Sands (2022). The last colony: A tale of exile, justice and Britain’s colonial legacy. REVIEW by Milan Meetarbhan

Pages 91-93: Patsy Lewis, Gary Williams and Peter Clegg (Eds.). (2015). Grenada: Revolution and invasion. REVIEW by Hamid Ghany

Pages 94-96: Marlene Jugl (2022). Country size and public administration. REVIEW by Külli Sarapuu


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Executive Editor: Godfrey Baldacchino
Editorial Support: Angela Xuereb, Stefano Moncada, William Grech, Kaja Lochman, Dominik Kalweit, Raelene Vella, Steve Micallef

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