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Harnessing Regional Stability in the South Caucasus - The Role and Prospects of Defence Institution Building in the Current Strategic Context

15th Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group "Regional Stability in the South Caucasus”

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

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Harnessing Regional Stability in the South Caucasus - The Role and Prospects of Defence Institution Building in the Current Strategic Context 173 Seiten / 1.09 MB PDF ansehen
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173 Seiten (1.09 MB)
U.S. Defence Institution Building Initiatives and the South Caucasus  
DEEP and DIB: Ukraine’s Perspective  
A Need for More Balanced and Accountable Defence Institution Building in the Current International Security Setting  
Foreign Policy and Security Nexus in Georgia  
Defence Institution Building as a Tool for Supporting Balance between Russia and the West and Fostering Regional Stability - the Case of Armenia  
In Conflict-torn Countries DIB is an Arms Race: Speaking Notes to the 15th RSSC SG  
Georgia’s National Security Environment and Defence Institution Building Provision: Effective Governance vs. Inefficient Policy Implications  
South Caucasus Security Challenges: A Look from Armenia  
Armenian Armed Forces Transformation  
Challenges for Azerbaijan to Accept Nagorno-Karabakh’s Individual Diplomatic and Military Force from Defence Institution Building Perspective  
Defence Institutions of South Ossetia: To be, or not to be? Speaking Notes to the 15th RSSC SG  
Characteristics of Defence Institution Building in the South Caucasus and the Challenges of Regional Ethno-Territorial Conflicts  

Vorwort

The 15th RSSC SG publication focuses on Defence Institution Building (DIB) in the South Caucasus. This publication offers insights into the aims of DIB, suggests possible implementation strategies and networking opportunities between countries in the region and gives concrete examples of challenges connected to DIB, such as the possibility of an emerging arms race. The DIB policies of Armenia, the Ukraine and Georgia are discussed in more detail. In addition, the Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) is presented and the importance of education in the defence sector discussed.

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