J. Otto Pohl, “Socialist Racism: Ethnic Cleansing and Racial Exclusion inthe USSR and Israel,”Human Rights Review, vol. 7, no. 3, April-June 2006.
J. Otto Pohl, “A Caste of Helot Labourers: Special Settlers and theCultivation of Cotton in Soviet Central Asia: 1944-1956” in Deniz Kandiyoti, ed., The Cotton Sector in Central Asia: Economic Policy and Development Challenges, (London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 2007).
J. Otto Pohl, “Loss, Retention, and Reacquisition of Social Capital by Special Settlers in the USSR,1941-1961” in Cynthia Buckley, Blair Ruble, and Erin Trouth Hofmann, eds., Migration, Homeland and Belonging in Eurasia (
and Baltimore, MD:
Press, 2008). John Hopkins University
J. Otto Pohl, “Kirim Tatarlina Karşi Dűzmce Vatana Ihanet Suçlaamari [TheFalse Charges of Treason against the Crimean Tatars] trans. Selami Kaçamak, Emel, no. 230, January-March 2010.
J. Otto Pohl, “Ethnic Erasure: The Role of Border Changes in Soviet EthnicCleansing and Return Migration” in Eero Medijainen and Olaf Mertelsmann, eds., Border Changes in 20th Century Europe, vol. 1 Tartu Studies in Contemporary History (Berlin, Germany: Lit-Verlag, 2010).
J. Otto Pohl, “Colonialism in one Country: The Deported Peoples of theUSSR as an Example of Internal Colonialism,” Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion , vol. 5, no. 7, May 2014.
J. Otto Pohl, "Soviet Ethnic Cleansing of the Crimean Tatars," Journal of International Crimes and History, issue no. 15, 2015.