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CONFLICTS AND SECURITY IN SOUTH CAUCASUS IN TERMS OF DEEPENING THE RUSSIAN-TURKISH PARTNERSHIP

CONFLICTS AND SECURITY IN SOUTH CAUCASUS IN TERMS OF DEEPENING THE RUSSIAN-TURKISH PARTNERSHIP

CONFLICTS AND SECURITY IN SOUTH CAUCASUS IN TERMS OF DEEPENING THE RUSSIAN-TURKISH PARTNERSHIP Contents 1.0. Introduction 2.0. Turkey and Russia in the New Century: Transition from Confrontation and Rivalry to Civilized Competition and Partnership 2.1. Present State of the Russian-Turkish Relations 2.2. Turkey and Russia following the Dissolution of the USSR and the Collapse of [...]

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February 2 2011 | Posted in Policy paper | Read More »

ECONOMIC INTEGRATION OF NAGORNO-KARABAKH: WAYS AND CHALLENGES

ECONOMIC INTEGRATION OF NAGORNO-KARABAKH: WAYS AND CHALLENGES

PUBLIC COUNCIL FOR NAGORNO KARABAKH ECONOMIC INTEGRATION OF NAGORNO-KARABAKH: WAYS AND CHALLENGES Sabit Bagirov Entrepreneurship Development Foundation: Centre for Economic and Political Research Share and Enjoy:

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February 2 2011 | Posted in Policy paper | Read More »

Regional Security and Conflict Resolution Processes in South Caucasus

Regional Security and Conflict Resolution Processes in South Caucasus

Ali Abasov (Baku) Regional Security and Conflict Resolution Processes in South Caucasus Summary Once an area of impact and responsibility of Russia (USSR), Iran and Turkey, South Caucasus is currently composed of independent UN-recognized states – Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia. It was post-Soviet realities and globalization tendencies that made their corrections not only in political [...]

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February 2 2011 | Posted in Policy paper | Read More »

POSSIBLE INFLUENCE OF THE NORMALIZATION OF THE TURKISH-ARMENIAN RELATIONS ON SOUTH CAUCASIAN DEVELOPMENTS

POSSIBLE INFLUENCE OF THE NORMALIZATION OF THE TURKISH-ARMENIAN RELATIONS ON SOUTH CAUCASIAN DEVELOPMENTS

Elhan Shahinogli – “Atlas” Research Center’ director POSSIBLE INFLUENCE OF THE NORMALIZATION OF THE TURKISH-ARMENIAN RELATIONS ON SOUTH CAUCASIAN DEVELOPMENTS Contents Introduction 1. Two Crucial Factors behind the Turkey-initiated Concept of Stability and Cooperation Platform in the Caucasus 2. Benefits to be Gained from the Normalization of the Turkish-Armenian Relations 3. Similar and Dissimilar Views [...]

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May 19 2010 | Posted in Policy paper | Read More »

ROLE OF INDEPENDENT EXPERTS AND LEADERS OF PUBLIC OPINION IN RESOLVING KARABAKH CONFLICT

ROLE OF INDEPENDENT EXPERTS AND LEADERS OF PUBLIC OPINION IN RESOLVING KARABAKH CONFLICT

Rasim Musabekov – Political Analist ROLE OF INDEPENDENT EXPERTS AND LEADERS OF PUBLIC OPINION IN RESOLVING KARABAKH CONFLICT Contents 1.0. Introduction 2.0. Public opinion and the Karabakh resolution process 2.1. Civil society of Azerbaijan and the Karabakh conflict; 2.2. Sentiments of various groups of population on the Karabakh resolution; 2.3. Channels and actors in charge [...]

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May 4 2010 | Posted in Policy paper | Read More »