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Apprehending Shifts in Status over Time: The Quest for Strategic Patience in the South Caucasus

11th Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group "Regional Stability in the South Caucasus”

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

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Apprehending Shifts in Status over Time: The Quest for Strategic Patience in the South Caucasus 121 Seiten / 1.21 MB PDF ansehen
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Lessons and Recommendations from the South Tyrol Solution 1946-1992: Between Supposed Internationalization and Bilateral Normalization: the South Tyrol  
Strategic Patience and the Division of Czechoslovakia  
No More two Solitudes: Canada’s Patient Strategy towards Quebec Separatism  
Violence against Civilians and Justice Claims: Contesting Territorial Status Shifts  
Does "Sovereignty” Mean "Security”?  
The Caucasus Role in Peaceful Co-existence: The Caucasus Geostrata  
Status Quo for the Breakaway Regions  
Why Status Quo Ante for Nagorno Karabakh?  
An Argument to Revise the Principles Governing the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Resolution  

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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