Petra Roter (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Petra Roter, Ph.D. (University of Cambridge), is associate professor of International Relations at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, and a senior researcher at the Centre of International Relations at the same faculty.
Minority protection and ethno-national diversity management, human rights, international institutions (with a focus on international regimes), international norms, conflict management and post-conflict reconstruction.
Petra Roter. Russia and the Council of Europe: Participation a la carte. In: Lauri Mälksoo and Wolfgang Benedek, eds., Russia and the European Court of Human Rights: The Strasbourg Effect. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 26–56, forthcoming in 2018.
Petra Roter. Voting rights of minorities and the role of ethnicity in elections in the post-Yugoslav space. In: Helen Hardman and Brice Dickson, eds., Electoral rights in Europe: advances and challenges. Abingdon, New York: Routledge, pp. 69-91, 2017.
Zlatko Šabič, Ana Bojinović Fenko and Petra Roter. Small states and parliamentary diplomacy: Slovenia and the Mediterranean. Mediterranean Quarterly 27(4), 42-60, 2016.
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This article presents the social and political causes of Nigeria-EU migration issues concerning unregulated migration that has been affecting the EU. This was done through qualitative and quantitative methodology, which includes interviews, data gathering and documentary analysis. From the findings…
The foremost intent of this article is to investigate the major dynamics that are changing in Ethio-Egyptian hydropolitical relations. To attain this objective the researcher employed case study design, primary and secondary sources of data, and purposive sampling techniques. Despite the fact that…
Historically, the Arctic has been much more important to Russia than to other Arctic countries. In Soviet times, the development of the Arctic was of paramount importance and it was used by the Soviet government to legitimise its great power status to domestic and international audiences. It is…