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Towards Europe?! - Straddling Fault Lines and Choosing Sides in the South Caucasus

10th Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group "Regional Stability in the South Caucasus"

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

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Towards Europe?! - Straddling Fault Lines and Choosing Sides in the South Caucasus 163 Seiten / 1.07 MB PDF ansehen
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163 Seiten (1.07 MB)
Geopolitical Development Aspects of the Customs Union and the Eurasian Economic Union: Relationship with the European Union  
The Eurasian Union and the Challenges of Russia’s Search for Regional Hegemony in the Post-Soviet Space  
The Civilizational Choice of the Ukrainian People and its Regional Impact  
Reconciling the EU with the Eurasian Union: A Pragmatic Approach  
Russia, the EU and the South Caucasus: Towards a More Efficient Over-arching Cooperative Regional Security Framework  
Heading in Any Direction or Just Holding the Ground: Analysing the Case of Azerbaijan from the Perspective of EU and Eurasian Integration  
Armenia Confronted with a Choice Between two Integration Projects  
The Russian-Abkhazian Agreement on Strategic Partnership and Alliance - A New Geopolitical Threat to Georgia  
Armenia-Azerbaijan and the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict  
Self-Determination, Independence and Recognition: Real and Imagined Choices in the South Caucasus  
Abkhazia and the Changing International Context  
Why does Putin Need an Eurasian Economic Union?  

Vorwort

The creation of the Russian Customs Union and the Eurasian Union has created new power paradigms between Russia and her neighbours. Given Russia’s new political self-confidence, questions arise on the nature and purpose of these unions as non-military tools of persuasion. Which implications for Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan might an expanding Eurasian Union have versus the - currently stalling - enlargement of the EU? Does joining the Eurasian Union automatically mean re-attachment to Russia (or Armenia, as the case may be) for breakaway regions? Is the South Caucasus at a new fault line separating two civilizations, is it merely located in a difficult geopolitical area and can these fault lines be erased to enhance reaching a minimal level of stability?

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