The Journal of Autonomy and Security Studies (JASS) is a peer-reviewed, open access e-journal published by the Åland Islands Peace Institute (AIPI), Mariehamn, Åland, Finland. The journal addresses its overarching theme of peace and security from the perspectives of autonomy, demilitarisation, and minority protection.
The latest issue of JASS covers areas of security and autonomy among groups and individuals with very different but constitutionally regulated relations to their respective societies. It is a palette of issues that demand to be addressed, that come to the reader from within very different material situations, but with clearly comparable theoretical and practical implications.
The Vol. 3 Issue 1 of JASS includes the following materials:
Autonomy, Indigenous Peoples, and Afro-Descendants in Colombia
Mauricio Romero Vidal and Juan David Niño
Can a True Finn Speak Swedish? The Swedish Language in the Finns Party Discourse
The issue can be found at www.jass.ax, where you can also register to subscribe to coming issues.