Europe's Next Avoidable War: Nagorno-Karabakh

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M. Kambeck, S. Ghazaryan
Springer, Mar 5, 2013 - Political Science - 277 pages
An international and interdisciplinary group of experts shed light upon the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict today, how it evolved and likely scenarios. Taking into account a changed political landscape, including the EU's new foreign policy instruments, they also make concrete policy proposals to make war less likely.
 

Contents

List of Figures
Introduction
Setting the Geopolitical Stage
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Timeline 19182011
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Approaching
NagornoKarabakh
Learning
Richard Giragosian
Visions from Russia
Caroline Cox 14 Evolution ofthe EU Position visavis the NagornoKarabakhConflict Paruyr Hovhannisyan
The EUS Commitment in NagornoKarabakh and the Required Steps
Building a Consensus for Peace in Armenia and Azerbaijan
The Karabakh
Conclusion

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Key Findings and Observations of a Town

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About the author (2013)

Michael Kambeck is co-Founder and Secretary General of European
Friends of Armenia (EuFoA), Brussels, Belgium. He worked as Director for
Government Relations at Burson-Marsteller) and as Chief of Staff for MEP
Elmar Brok (European Parliament). He holds a PhD in Political Science
(University of Bonn, Germany) and an MA in European Studies (University
of Leeds, UK).

Sargis Ghazaryan is Senior Research Fellow at European Friends of
Armenia (EuFoA), Brussels, Belgium. He has taught Geopolitics at the
School of International Relations and Diplomacy at the University of
Trieste, Italy, where he was also Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the
Department of Political Science. He holds a PhD in Political Geography and
Geopolitics and an MA in International Relations and Diplomacy
(University of Trieste, Italy).