Search: Transcaucasia (3 materials)

The Geometry of the Caucasian Circle

... Caucasian dynamics are seen through the “Crimean lens” (in conjunction with the 2014 case, which is very different from the dynamics of the conflicts in South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Nagorno-Karabakh). Andrey Frolov: Military Development in Transcaucasia: an Arms Race? It has to be noted that Moscow’s position on all these conflicts has evolved, depending on a wide spectrum of internal and external factors. One gets the impression that the authors are not interested in these processes ...


Are We Paying too much Attention to the Assistant Secretary of State?

Author: Andrei Baikov, PhD in Political Science, Associate Professor, Editor-in-Chief of the International Trends journal Reflections in the footsteps of Victoria Nuland’s Transcaucasia tour For several days now, the Russian media has been abuzz over what one journalist dubbed the “explosive” tour of Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia taken by Victoria Nuland, whom it has referred to as assistant to the U.S. Secretary ...


Military Development in Transcaucasia: an Arms Race?

Potential Outcomes for Transcaucasian Rearmament Since late 1980s, Transcaucasia, the region covering Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia, has intermittently been the focal point of flashpoints and low-intensity conflicts, some between the countries themselves (all of which have ...


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