Caucasus Edition: Journal of Conflict Transformation is an independent online publication that serves as a forum for scholars, practitioners, policy analysts and novice researchers to analyze as well as discuss the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and issues related to it. The purpose of the publication is to contribute to the sustainable resolution of the conflict by developing and expanding on the scholarship on the subject and encouraging diverse perspectives and analysis.
The Journal welcomes contributions from established researchers and is also committed to include the voices of emerging analysts and writers within the peace process. This inter-disciplinary online publication accepts scholarly and analytical articles, as well as reflective writings, that contribute to the better understanding of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Armenian-Azerbaijani relations and suggestions for improvement of the peace process and positive transformation of inter-societal relations. The articles can analyze the conflict as a whole or any factor that potentially has implication for the conflict and/or its resolution from the perspective of political science, economy, sociology, anthropology, social psychology, collective memory studies, comparative history, ethnic conflict, identity-conflict, conflict resolution, peace studies, mediation and facilitation, conflict transformation and comparative case studies. Views expressed in the publication are those of its authors.
The Journal invites feedback, comments and suggestions from its readers.
Please contact us with questions or submit articles to firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Allen – School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution, George Mason University
Arzu Geybullayeva – Imagine Center for Conflict Transformation Tabib Huseynov – Safer world Asbed Kotchikian – Bentley University
Jale Sultanli – School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution, George Mason University
The publication was established by the alumni of the dialogue programs of the Imagine Center for Conflict Transformation in 2010. Between 2010 and 2012 the publication was managed by the Imagine Center for Conflict Transformation. From July the publication was operating independent from the Imagine Center.
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