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The Media Is the Message - Shaping Compromise in the South Caucasus

12th Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group "Regional Stability in the South Caucasus"

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

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The Media Is the Message - Shaping Compromise in the South Caucasus 127 Seiten / 979 KB PDF ansehen
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127 Seiten (979 KB)
The Media in Russia: Interests, Stakeholders and Prospects  
Contemporary Georgian Mass-Media Still in Transition: Problems, Challenges and Opportunities - Foreign Policy vs. Politics  
The Media in Armenia  
Media Ownership and Conflict Narratives in the Caucasus: Case Study of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict  
The Media and Society in South Ossetia  
Civil Society and the Media: Shared Commitment for Peace in Nagorno-Karabakh  
The Other Side of Peacemaking: Russian Realpolitik and the Economic Dimension of Conflict Resolution in the South Caucasus  
South Caucasus: Mass Media Dialogue Problems and Strategic Partnership  
Building a Constituency of Peace through Commerce and Economic Incentives  
Armenia-Azerbaijan, Nagorno Karabakh Conflict: Economic Impacts  


The South Caucasus is composed of countries and political entities that are nominally democratic. One of the cardinal features of a free society is freedom of expression, freedom of the press and of opinion. However, in case of conflict, the media tends to subordinate itself to the needs of the state and become its instrument to push certain political agendas. The aim of this publication is to see whether the media and other non-governmental actors can have a constructive role in enabling the conflicting sides in the South Caucasus to break the cycle of tension and conflict.

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