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Analysis

This article reflects the key elements of policy advice derived from the analysis of prospects and challenges for creating peace constituencies in the South Caucasus countries. In his policy paper, the author looks into possibilities of breaking the long-lasting impasse in the...

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The current international system of nation-states, established following World War Two, has created a solid ground for ethnically-framed conflicts. The institutions of the nation-states have played a critical role in making ethnicity one of the politically salient identities. Among others, these institutions...

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Imagining the Future: Visions for Conflict Transformation

This essay aims at opening up a conversation for alternative visions for the development of an inclusive and peaceful future...

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The Positions of Political Parties and Movements in Azerbaijan on the Resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

This paper is part of a series on the positions of political parties and movements in Turkey, Armenia, and Azerbaijan...

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Political Parties and Conflicts

The deadlock in the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process and the bygone heyday of the Armenia-Turkey normalization is often attributed to a...

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The Positions of Political Parties in Turkey on the Resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and Turkey-Armenia Relations

This paper is part of a series on the positions of political parties and movements in Turkey, Armenia, and Azerbaijan...

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The Positions of Political Parties in Armenia on the Resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and Turkey-Armenia Relations

This paper is part of a series on the positions of political parties and movements in Turkey, Armenia, and Azerbaijan...

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Gender and Sexuality in the Discourses of the Nation-State in Conflict Contexts: Armenia, Georgia, and Turkey

Discussions of conflict, war, and violence very often make references to notions related to gender, such as “proper” womanhood and...

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Rise of Militaristic Sentiment and Patriotic Discourses in Russia: An Analytic Review

Since 2014, Russian public discourses have been overwhelmed with “patriotic”, nationalistic, and even militaristic elements. Russia used its military power...

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Rise of Militaristic Sentiment and Patriotic Discourses in Turkey: An Analytic Review

Since the establishment of the Republic of Turkey, its official policy had been to deny the existence of a Kurdish...

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Rise of Militaristic Sentiment and Patriotic Discourses in Azerbaijan: An Analytic Review

A sharp increase in tensions and massive military clashes in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone in April 2016 drew international attention...

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Rise of Militaristic Sentiment and Patriotic Discourses in Armenia: An Analytic Review

A sharp increase in tensions and massive military clashes in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone in April 2016 drew international attention...

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South Caucasus Zones of Peace

This paper explores the transformative potential of establishing Zones of Peace or demilitarized zones in the South Caucasus as a...

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The Mosaic of Solutions: Alternative Peace Processes for the South Caucasus

The conflicts that originated with the collapse of the Soviet Union are often named “intractable” in academic and analytic literature....

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Blank Spots on the Holocaust Map Attitudes toward the Jewish past are changing in Ukraine and Russia, but old ways of thought cling on.

The article was prepared within the project "Creating a space for dialogue: Mass media and peaceful conflict transformation in the...

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Anti-War Narratives in Post-Soviet Azerbaijani Literature

Azerbaijani writer Alakbar Aliyev wrote on the occasion of the April 2016 exacerbation of the conflict on the border of...

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The Experience of Federalization of the South Caucasus States: The Past and the Present

Various international organizations and the “big” powers often propose to draw on the experience of federalization to help end the...

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