Cultural Identity, Security, and Conflicts in the South Caucasus: A Reflection

Dr. Milena Oganesyan
July 10, 2014
Ethnic and state borders in the Caucasus region often do not coincide and cause ethno-religious tensions in this culturally diverse area of the world (Coene 2010, O’Loughlin et al. 2007). After the demise of the Soviet Union, three major ethno-territorial conflicts have occurred in the South Caucasus, a region ...

“NATO’s Partnerships and the South Caucasus: A Strategic Approach to Regional Security”

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Policy Papers Volume 5, Issue #5

GEORGIA’S NEW UNCERTAINTIES: FROM PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS OF 2012 TO AFTER THE VILNIUS SUMMIT
By Dr. George Tarkhan-Mouravi