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Concrete Steps to Break the Deadlocks in the South Caucasus

20th Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group "Regional Stability in the South Caucasus”

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The Solution of Frozen Territorial Conflicts — One Size Does Not Fit All! History Tells Us What Might Work and What Not.  
The South Caucasus in the Foreign Policy of the Republic of Belarus  
A Parcel, Not a Box: Western Policy Options and Conflict Resolution in the Caucasus  
De Facto States in Eurasia  
New Developments regarding the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict  
Mapping the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and Drivers for Resolution Scenarios  
Resolving Deadlocks in the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood: What Role for Peace Support Structures?  
The Georgian Diaspora in Russia: Modern History and Prospects of Building Georgian-Russian Relations  
The Transitional Period Framework for the Restoration of the Integrity of Armenian Statehood  
How to Break the Deadlock (Speaking Notes)  
From a Dead End to another Dead End in the Negotiations Process: What to Change to Achieve Peace in Nagorno-Karabakh  
How Education in Abkhazia has been Affected by the Georgian-Abkhaz Conflict (Speaking Notes)  
Towards 2040: A View from the Diaspora on Emerging Geopolitics in the South Caucasus  


"Out of the box thinking” was on the agenda of the 20th Regional Stability in the South Caucasus Study Group (RSSC SG) workshop. After several workshops dealing with geopolitical issues, and a stock-taking workshop in 2018, the co-chairs re-directed attention to the need for practical, ground-based initiatives to foster greater stability at the grass-roots and community levels.

Speakers from the region were required to concentrate on what outcomes and conditions could break the current deadlocks in moving towards peace and regional stability. Although deadlocks in South Caucasus conflict resolution were hardly broken, fresh consensus emerged among participants inter alia on: commonly held interests being defined and leveraged as confidence building to facilitate rapprochement and eventually lead to conflict resolution; administrative and identity issues being maintained cleanly separated; and the need to fully de-politicize issues addressed by peacebuilding initiatives.

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