South Caucasus

Eiki Berg 02 Oct 2020
(defactostates.ut.ee) Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) has not been recognized by any UN member state, including Armenia. There have been some rumors about Uruguay’s willingness to recognize NKR’s independence as well as Tuvalu’s intentions to establish diplomatic relations. So far, however, none of these have materialized. NKR has been recognized by Abkhazia, South Ossetia and...
Pavel Baev 30 Sep 2020
(Brookings) full-blown war erupted in the South Caucasus last Sunday, September 27, and as the two belligerents — Armenia and Azerbaijan — mobilize their forces under martial law, no international authority is trying in earnest to stop the hostilities. The conflict over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region ignited 30 years ago as the Soviet Union was collapsing and has never effectively “...
Anar Valiyev 05 May 2020
(International Politics) Abstract: Driven by an increased interest in enhancing connectivity, great powers are in the competition to implement their transportation projects. Meanwhile, small states located in the crossroad of the transportation routes are offered with benefits while facing several challenges. In this regard, the current article studies three major transportation initiatives...
PONARS Eurasia 27 Feb 2020
(Caucasus Analytical Digest) The contributions to this special issue address these issues by looking at the interplay between informal and formal institutions in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia. PDF © Caucasus Analytical Digest No. 114 (CSS ETH Zurich) Contents Introduction: The Interplay of Formal and Informal Institutions in the South Caucasus by the Special Editors: Farid Guliyev and...