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"
Dokumenttyp:Study Group Information
Herausgeber:Col Mag. Ernst M. Felberbauer, MA Frédéric Labarre
Verlag:Study Group Information - Austrian National Defence Academy in co-operation with the PfP Consortium of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes
Autor(en):Orkhan Akbarov, Inver Alshundba, Ivan Babin, Col Mag. Ernst M. Felberbauer, Elchin Karimov, MA Frédéric Labarre, Jonathan Lis, Vakhtang Maisaia, Emma Margaryan, PhD Gayane Novikova, MA, PhD Elkhan Nuriyev, Astanda Pataraya, Oleksandr Sadovskiy, Oktay F. Tanrisever
Beiträge in dieser Publikation:
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?