Johanna Popjanevski (1980-2016)




Johanna Popjanevski (1980-2016) was a Research Fellow with the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program Joint Center, where she served as Deputy Director. Her specialization was in international law and security issues in the South Caucasus region, primarily in Georgia. She held an LL.M. degree from Lund University in cooperation with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. This page is being maintained to provide continuous access to Ms. Popjanevski's works. 


Selected Publications

Johanna Popjanevski, "International Law and the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict", in Svante E. Cornell, ed., The International Politics of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict: The Original "Frozen Conflict" and European Security, Palgrave, 2016. 

Johanna Popjanevski, Retribution and the Rule of Law in Georgia, Silk Road Paper, June 2015.

Johanna Popjanevski and Svante E. Cornell,The 2009-11 Bombing Campaign in Georgia Who Did It, and Why?, Silk Road Paper, March 2012. 

Johanna Popjanevski, International Law and the Post-2008 Status Quo in Georgia: Implications for Western Policies, Silk Road Paper, May 2011.

Johanna Popjanevski, "From Sukhumi to Tskhinvali: the Path to War in Georgia",in Svante E. Cornell and S. Frederick Starr, eds., The Guns of August 2008: Russia's War in Georgia, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 2009.

Johanna Popjanevski,, State Approaches to National Integration in Georgia, Silk Road Paper, February 2009.

Svante E. Cornell, Johanna Popjanevski, Niklas Nilsson, Russia's War in Georgia: Causes and Implications for Georgia and the World, Policy Paper, August 2008. 

Svante E. Cornell, Johanna Popjanevski, Niklas Nilsson, Learning from Georgia's Crisis: Implications and Recommendations, Policy Paper, December 2007.

Johanna Popjanevski and Niklas Nilsson, National Minorities and the State in Georgia, Conference Report, August 2006.

Johanna Popjanevski, Minorities and the State in the South Caucasus: Assessing the Protection of National Minorities in Georgia and Azerbaijan, Silk Road Paper, September 2006.




Publications in Silkroad Database