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South Caucasus: Leveraging Political Change in a Context of Strategic Volatility

18th Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group Regional Stability in the South Caucasus

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

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South Caucasus: Leveraging Political Change in a Context of Strategic Volatility 245 Seiten / 1.93 MB PDF ansehen
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Key Note Address - A Surfacing New World Order: The Crisis of the Old West  
Foreign Policy and Security Challenges for Azerbaijan in a Post-Oil Boom Era  
The Armenian "Velvet Revolution”: What Next?  
Speaking Notes - Saakashvili’s Legacy and the Tbilisi Protests of 2018  
Southern Caucasus Stability and Energy Security  
Abkhazia and the Key Events of the Year 2018  
Perspectives from South Ossetia  
Velvet Revolution in Armenia: Challenges and Opportunities  
No Solution without Global Players’ Sincerity  
Armenian "Velvet Revolution”: Why has Russia’s Reaction been Tame?  
The Export of Hate: Radicalism Seeps through the Borders  
Frozen Conflicts and De Facto States in Post-Soviet Space  
Armenia’s "Velvet Revolution”, Karabakh Conflict Internationalization and Recasting Western Regional Strategies  
Details of the Georgian Peace Deal with Abkhazia  
Changes in Global and Regional Order: Implications for the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict  
Re-energizing the Peace Process in the South Caucasus  
The European Security System: Prospects and Hopes  


The year 2018 has been a ferment of activity for the South Caucasus. In April the Georgian government submitted a reconciliation initiative to Abkhazia and South Ossetia. At the same time a series of demonstrations and protests related to the appointment of Serzh Sargsyan as Prime Minister took place in Yerevan, referred to as the Armenian "Velvet Revolution”. And Tbilisi became the scene of mass demonstration in late spring after some incidents of police violence in night clubs.

At the 18th Workshop of the Regional Stability in the South Caucasus Study Group experts from the region and beyond discussed the latest political events, taking into consideration the perspectives of the different actors and conflict parties, and tried to identify possibilities for peace building within the region. The speakers’ contributions collected in the related Study Group Information publication analyse the current political situation in the South Caucasus and give an outlook on potential steps towards a peaceful conflict resolution in the region.

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