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Dieses von der Gebert Rüf Stiftung geförderte Projekt wird von folgenden weiteren Projektpartnern mitgetragen: Interfakultäres Institut für Ost- und Ostmitteleuropa IIOOE der Universität Freiburg
Förderbeitrag: CHF 20000
Dauer: 02.2016 - 02.2017
ASCN, 2009 - 2018
The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict remains one of the most serious factors affecting regional politics and security of the South Caucasus. The lasting conflict in Ukraine, Russia’s international isolation and con-frontation with the West highlight the risk that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict may escalate as a result of the actions of external stakeholders.
Was ist das Besondere an diesem Projekt?
International organisations and leading Western states can take steps to prevent the Nagorno-Karabakh factor from becoming a new source of confrontation between Russia and the West. An efficient prevention tool would be the conduct of international projects directed towards awareness-raising and consultations involving experts and decision-makers. Apart from other things, such projects can create a platform for contacts between the societies and political elites of Azerbaijan, Armenia and, last but not least, Nagorno-Karabakh. The proposed project is directed at finding solutions to these long-term problems using a multilevel approach including an academic and analytical perspective, and interaction between societies, government agencies and international community.
The project was successfully completed. A series of open roundtables with the participation of a wide audience including the media, civil society, political parties, international organizations and accredited embassies in Armenia, as well as closed expert roundtables on specific aspects of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict were conducted in 2015-2016.
The project-related book, entitled “Deterrence in the Karabakh Conflict” and written by Sergey Minasyan, was published and presented in Yerevan in October 2016.
Am Projekt beteiligte Personen
Letzte Aktualisierung dieser Projektdarstellung 17.10.2018