State Building and Conflict Resolution in the Caucasus

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BRILL, 2010 - Political Science - 359 pages
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Caucasus, state building, conflict resolution, negotiations, transition processes, mediation, area studies, gender, history, borders.
  

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Contents

Chapter One Overview of the Caucasus
1
Chapter Two State Building Theoretical Approaches
27
Chapter Three State Building in the North Caucasus
47
Chapter Four State Building in the North Caucasus after the Russian Revolution
51
Chapter Five State Building in the South Caucasus before 1917
63
Chapter Six State Building in the South Caucasus after the Russian Revolution
67
Chapter Seven Georgia between 1918 and 1921
73
Chapter Eight Armenia between 1918 and 1921
129
Chapter Thirteen Perestroika and Glasnost
207
Chapter Fourteen State Building in the South Caucasus Since 1991
211
Chapter Fifteen State Building in Georgia Since 1991
225
Chapter Sixteen State Building in Armenia Since 1991
249
Chapter Seventeen State Building in Azerbaijan Since 1991
265
Chapter Eighteen State Building in the North Caucasus Since 1991
275
Chapter Nineteen Conflict Resolution in the South Caucasus
315
Chapter Twenty Conflict Resolution in the North Caucasus
327

NagornoKarabakh Nakhichevan and Zangezur
163
Chapter Ten Azerbaijan between 1918 and 1921
175
The Period 19211936
195
Chapter Twelve Territorial Claims after the Second World War
201
Conclusion
333
Bibliography
335
Index
343
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About the author (2010)

Charlotte Hille (PhD 2003) studied international public law, political science and philosophy. She is assistant professor at the University of Amsterdam. She is a specialist in the Caucasus, state building, conflict resolution and gender. She also is a mediator.