Dadabaev, T. (2014) Accepted, forthcoming. Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Regional Identity Formation From the Perspective of the Central Asian States. Journal of Contemporary China (Routledge, Taylor and Francis) , 23 (85).
Dadabaev, T., Darieva, T., Uyama, T. (2013, June) Accepted, forthcoming. A View from the East? Central Eurasian Studies in Japan, in: NewsNet, Newsletter of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies.
Darieva, T. (2013) Accepted, forthcoming. Homeland tourism, long-distnace nationalism and production of a new diasporic identity (Armenian case). Journal of Intercultural Research Center .
Dadabaev, T. (2012) Accepted, forthcoming. Recollections of Emerging Hybrid Ethnic Identities in Soviet Central Asia: The case of Uzbekistan. Nationalities Papers (ASN/ Routledge, Taylor and Francis).
Dadabaev, T. (2012) Accepted, forthcoming. Chinese and Japanese Foreign Policies towards Central Asia from a Comparative Perspective. Pacific Review (Routledge, Taylor and Francis, accepted, forthcoming).
Dadabaev, T. (2012). Securing Central Asian Frontiers: Institutionalization of Borders and Interstate Relations in Post-Soviet Central Asia. Strategic Analysis, (Routledge, Taylor and Francis), Vol. 36, No. 4, pp.554–568.
Darieva, T. (2012). Placing a Mosque in Yerevan: Invisible place, Multiple Names. Berliner Blaetter, Ethnographische und ethnologische Beitraege. Special issue 59 “Die postsowjetische Stadt. Urbane Aushandlungsprozesse im Suedkaukasus”, pp. 54-73.
Shioya, A. (2012). ‘ハンと企業家―ラウザーン荘の成立と終焉1913–1915―,’ in 東洋史研究 (Journal of Oriental History), 71–3, pp. 58–84.
Shioya, A. (2012). ‘帝政末期アムダリヤ流域の灌漑利権問題に関する一考察―ラウザーン荘設立をめぐるロシア＝ヒヴァ・ハン国関係の変遷、1913–1915年,’ in メトロポリタン史学 (The Metropolitan Shigaku / The Journal of Historical Studies), 8, pp. 107–129.
Ismailov, M. (2012). Post-2014 Afghanistan: A Security Dilemma For Its Northern Neighbors. The Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, Vol. 14, No. 16, 5.
Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki (2011). “Mapping Political Connections in Japan: The Functions of Hyperlinks on Japanese Diet Member Websites,” in Social Science Computer Review, Volume 29, No. 3, pp. 300-312.
Shioya, A. (2011). ‘Irrigation Policy of the Khans of Khiva regarding the Lawzan Canal (1), 1830-1873,’ in Area Studies Tsukuba, 32, pp. 115–136.
Darieva, T. (2011). Purifying the Public Place? Baku Promenade as a Promenade of Urban Histories, in: Neprikosnovennyi Zapas (Sacrosanct Reserve), no, 6 (80), pp. 119-138* (in Russian).
Darieva, T. (2011). Homecomings. New Patterns of Diasporic Mobility in Eurasia, in Antropologicheskiy Forum, Vol. 14, Summer, pp. 230-251, in Russian.
Darieva, T. (2011). Defining Cosmopolitan Sociability. Locating Transnational Religious and Diasporic Networks, in Ethnic and Racial Studies, with Nina Glick-Schiller and Sandra Gruner-Domic, Vol. 34, 3, pp. 399-418.
Darieva, T. (2011). Rethinking Homecoming. Diasporic Cosmopolitanism in Post-socialist Armenia in: Ethnic and Racial Studies, Vol. 34, 3, pp. 490-508.
Dadabaev, T. (2010). Power, Social Life, and Public Memory in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, Inner Asia, N.12 (Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge/Global Oriental, Brill), pp. 25-48.
Dadabaev, T. (2010). Discourses on Integration in Central Asia: From Rhetoric to Practice, Regional Cooperation in Central Asia: Obstacles, Incentives and Proposals, Madrid: OPEX/Alternativas, (June), pp. 25-35.
Dadabaev, T. (2010). Remembering Soviet Past: Recording and Compiling Audio-Video Materials on Everyday Life Experiences and Public Memory in Post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan, Report of the JFE 21 Century Foundation Funded Projects, Tokyo: JFE 21Century Foundation, pp. 51-57 (for English) and pp. 43-49 (for Japanese).
Dadabaev, T. (2010). Central Asian Islam: Religious Groups, Extremists and Governmental Policies”, Waseda Review, No.6. pp.10-15, (in Japanese).
Darieva, T. (2010). Introduction. Rethinking South Caucasus, in Laboratorium. Russian Review of Social Studies, with Viktor Voronkov, Vol. 1, pp. 3-17.
Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki, (2009). “Internet dans la Société Civile: Premier Bilan au Japan, en Corée et en Chine (1997-2007),” (in French) (Title Translation: “Comparing Civil Society Use of the Internet in Japan, Korea, and China 1997-2007”) in Hermès, Numéro 55, pp. 89-96. Co-author: Yutaka Tsujinaka (University of Tsukuba).
Ismailov, M. (2009). “Nuclear terrorism as a non-traditional challenge in international security, International Relations,” No.1, pp. 30-35, 2009, January (in Russian).
Dadabaev, T. (2009). “Water-resource Management and International Relations in Central Asia,” IHP VII, Technical Document in Hydrology, Beijing: UNESCO, No. 2, pp.53-67.
Dadabaev, T. (2009). “Trauma and Public Memory in Central Asia: Public responses to political violence of the state policies in Stalinist Era in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan,” Kyoto Bulletin of Islamic Area Studies, Vol.3, No.1, pp131-168.
Dadabaev, T. (2009). “Official Historical Discourses and Living Histories in Central Asia: Recollecting Collectivization and Stalinist Repressions in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan,” Colonial Rule and National Integration in the Modern Period, Seoul, (in Korean), pp. 97-133.
Dadabaev, T. (2009). “Civil Society Institutions and Coexistence in Society in Central Asia,” Study of Multiple Sources of Societal Coexistence, Tokyo: Toshindo, pp. 142-174 (in Japanese).
Dadabaev, T. (2009). “Models of Cooperation in Central Asia and Japan’s Central Asian Engagements: Factors, Determinants and Trends,” in Christopher Len, Uyama Tomohiko, Hirose Tetsuya, eds., Japan’s Silk Road Diplomacy: Paving the Road Ahead, Sapporo: Hokkaido University Press, pp. 97-114 (in Japanese).
Dadabaev, T. (2008). “Models of Cooperation in Central Asia and Japan’s Central Asian Engagements: Factors, Determinants and Trends,” in Christopher Len, Uyama Tomohiko, Hirose Tetsuya, eds., Japan’s Silk Road Diplomacy: Paving the Road Ahead, Washington, Stockholm: Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program, 2008, pp. 121-140.
Dadabaev, T. (2008). “Conceptualizing Central Asian Regional Studies in Japan: Approaches,” Perspectives and Issues, Asia Annual, Kolkata: Institute of Asian Studies, pp.85-98.
Dadabaev, T. (2008). “Introduction to the Survey Research in Post-Soviet Central Asia: Tasks, Challenges and Frontiers,” Asian Research Trends: New Series (NART), No. 3, Tokyo: Toyo Bunko, pp. 45-70.
Dadabaev, T. (2008). “Chyuo Ajia ni okeru mizu kannri seisaku to shokoku kan kankei: genjo, kadai to tenbo (Central Asian Transboundary Water Management and Interstate Relations),” Chiiki Kenkyu, no. 29, pp. 23-40, (Journal of University of Tsukuba Graduate School of Area Studies) (in Japanese, refereed).
Dadabaev, T. (2008). “Chihoshugi to Kokka: Uzubekisutan to Tajikisutan ni okeru Sovieto Jinji Seisaku to sono Eikyo (Regionalism (Localism) and the State: Soviet Cadre Policy and Its Impact in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan),” Kokusai Seiji Keizaigaku Kenkyu, (Journal of International Political Economy, University of Tsukuba Doctoral Program of International Political Economy), No. 21, pp. 13-37 (in Japanese, refereed).
Darieva, T. (2008). “‘The Road to the Golgotha.’ Representing Loss in Postsocialist Armenia,” in: Focaal, European Journal for Anthropology, Volume 52, pp. 92-108.
Darieva, T. (2008). “Ot molchaniya k glasnosti. Rekonfiguraciyapamyatiobarmyanskoiutrate v post-socialisticheskoiArmenii” (From Silence to Grasnost: Reconfiguring Memory of Armenian Loss after Socialism), EthnograficheskoeObozrenie (Ethnographic Review), Volume 3, Summer, Moscow, pp. 32-54, in Russian.
Darieva, T. (2008). “Das Armenische Trauma. Zur Transformation von Erinnerungspraktiken im post-sozialistischen Jerewan,” WP in OAW Arbeitspapiere zur Sozialanthropologie. Vol. 2, Andre Gingrich und Luca Helmut (eds.), Wien.
Ismailov, M. (2008), “Transnational Networks: in Search for Adequacy,” Contemporary International Relations, No. 9, pp. 176-179, May (in Russian).
Dadabaev, T. (2007). “How Does Transition Work in Central Asia? Coping with Ideological, Economic and Value System Changes in Uzbekistan,” Central Asian Survey (Routledge, Taylor and Francis), 26(3), pp. 407-428.
Dadabaev, T. (2007). ”Trajectories of Political Development and Public Choices in Turkmenistan,” Asian Affairs: An American Review (Routledge, Taylor and Francis), Vol. 34, No. 3. pp. 131-150.
Dadabaev, T. (2007). ”Political participation and public choices in Uzbekistan,” Journal of Contemporary Central Asia, Vol. X, Number 1, New Dehli: JNU, Centre for Central Asian Studies, pp. 17-34.
Dadabaev, T. (2007). ”Central Asian Regional Integration: Between Reality and the Myth,” Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, Vol. 9, No. 9, Washington, D.C.: Central Asia-Caucasus Institute (The John Hopkins University), May, pp. 6-9.
Dadabaev, T. (2007). ”Political Cultures, Developmental Strategies and Public Support in Post-socialist Central Asian Societies: Analysis of Public Polls in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan,” Political Science in Asia, Vol. 2, No. 1 (Winter 2006), Seoul National University Press: Asian Consortium for Political Res., pp. 71-100.
Darieva, T. (2007). “Von Lokalen zum Globalen. Zur Transformation armenischer Erinnerungspraktiken.” In: Berliner Debatte Initial, Volume 3, Special Section Erinnerung an Gewalt, pp. 10-23.
Darieva, T. (2007). “How powerful are Russians in Berlin? Post-Soviet Russian Immigrants in Germany,” in Sociological Papers. Vol. 12, Bar-Ilan University Press, Israel, pp. 35-46.
Ismailov M. (2007). “Enhancing Nuclear Non-Proliferation in the Counter-terrorism Struggle: Central Asia and South Asia as New Regions for Cooperation,” in Jotsna BAKSHI ed., India’s Engagement with Central Asia: Focus on India-Uzbekistan Relations, pp. 69-80, Tashkent, (in English and Russian).
Ismailov M. (2007). “Assessing the Risks of Nuclear Terrorism,” Globalization: Trends and Problems, No. 7, pp. 95-98, November (in English).
Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki, (2007). “A Comparative Analysis of Politician Websites in Japan and South Korea using Website Feature Data,” in the Journal of the Korean Data Analysis Society, 9:5, October 2007, pp. 2507-2520. Co-authors: Kim, Hyo, Kyoung Ho Choi, and Han Woo Park.