Euxeinos - Governance and Culture in the Black Sea Region

The Center for Governance and Culture in Europe has published the online journal "Euxeinos - Governance and Culture in the Black Sea Region" since 2011. "Euxeinos" derives from the Greek term "Pontos Euxeinos" and delineates the Black Sea region comprising Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Georgia, Russia, and Ukraine. The literal translation of "Pontos Euxeinos is "hospitable sea." 

Contributors to Euxeinos analyze social processes in the Black Sea Region from a political, cultural, and economic perspective. Each issue provides interdisciplinary articles, analysis, expert opinions on key topics by international experts, and an editorial by a guest editor. The online journal with multidisciplinary issues around the Black Sea region supports the networking efforts between scientists and scholars in Switzerland and the Black Sea region.

The Landis & Gyr Foundation provides funding for the online journal Euxeinos. 

Euxeinos follows the Open Access guidelines set forth by the Principals' Conference of the Swiss Universities (CRUS), the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), and the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences (SAHS). This means that contributions to Euxeinos are free, digital, and immediately accessible online. Journal contributions are protected and subject to copyright that insures the right of authors, and guarantees non-interference in their conduct of scientific research, and teaching. Euxeinos' authors are explicitly expected to self-archive their publications: pre-prints, post-prints, and publisher's version.

The opinions expressed in the online journal Euxeinos reflect only the author's view. Free download for noncommercial, private, scholarly, and educational purposes. Every other form of distribution is permitted only after consultation with the authors and editors.