2 edition of The South Caucasus found in the catalog.
The South Caucasus
|Other titles||I︠U︡zhnyĭ Kavkaz :|
|Statement||ed., Gayane Novikova ; co-editors, A. Melyan, S. Sargsyan ; translation, A. Melyan.|
|Contributions||Novikova, Gai︠a︡nė., Melʹi︠a︡n, A., Sarkisi︠a︡n, S., Spectrum Center for Strategic Analysis.|
|LC Classifications||DK509 .S656 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||115, 129 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||2006550053|
Situated between Russia, Turkey, and Iran and comprising part of the Russian Federation along with Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, the Caucasus region is best known for ethnic and religious divides that have resulted in bloody conflicts for centuries, most recently between various minorities and the post-Soviet independent states. This extensive volume reveals the rich and multifaceted. Acknowledged expert on the unresolved conflicts of the South Caucasus selects five books that encapsulate the fragility of the region and the impact of the desperate scramble for the spoils of the Soviet Union. Read. 1. Bourdieu’s Secret Admirer in the Caucasus. by Georgi M Derluguian. Read.
The Caucasus - An Introduction book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Caucasus is one of the most complicated regions in the /5(21). This book attempts to answer this question by leveraging the unique insights of development experts in the CASC region. Drawing on the most comprehensive review of BRI investment data conducted to date, this book presents a dynamic policy agenda that is relevant to any country in which China is .
Free 2-day shipping. Buy European Union in International Affairs: The Eu's Neighbourhood Policy Towards the South Caucasus (Hardcover) at Drawing on a three-year project supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation, the book brings together academics from the South Caucasus and across Europe to offer original empirical research and contributions from experienced researchers in political science, history and oriental studies.
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This book is an important contribution to the study of the South Caucasus region, especially, Azerbaijan.4/5(3). This chapter begins with the different conflicts in the South Caucasus, both national and territorial, as well as the economic structure and developments.
Social and political structures are also presented. The situation, especially the The South Caucasus book, of the humanitarian emergencies in South Caucasus is also provided. The Right to Self-Determination in the South Caucasus: Nagorno Karabakh in Context, by Bahruz Balayev, explores the relationship in international law between the concept of self-determination and territorial integrity in the context of the Caucasus by: 3.
The South Caucasus by Meliha B. Altunışık, The South Caucasus Security Energy And Europeanization Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The South Caucasus Security Energy And Europeanization books, This book explores developments in the countries of the South Caucasus – Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia – since the EU.
This page book is intended to provide a broad overview of the history, culture and politics of the South Caucasus (not the whole Caucasus, despite the title!) and is written by journalist Thomas de Waal, who spent time as a reporter in the region and has since gone on to become something of a popular expert.4/5(56).
The book is about the southern side of the mountains, the Greater Caucasus, which is the highest mountain range in Europe. There is an enormous variety of climates and landscapes—from desert to subtropical fertile on the Black Sea coast of Georgia to temperate wine country.
In The Caucasus, de Waal provides this richer, deeper, and much-needed appreciation, one that reveals that the South Caucasus--Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia, and their many smaller regions, enclaves, and breakaway entities--is a fascinating and distinct world unto itself.
Providing both historical background and an insightful analysis of the period afterde Waal sheds light on how /5(56). Throughout history, the South Caucasus has been a fault zone between East and West. The states themselves contain diverse populations, reflecting the history of the Caucasus as a frontier of Europe, Russia, Turkey, and Iran, all of which remain important actors in the region.
The CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program tracks developments in this complex and strategically important region and produces. In recent years, other volumes have appeared on the South Caucasus, notably Charles King's The Ghost of Freedom, and Thomas Goltz's diaries of Georgia and Azerbaijan.
But de Waal has produced the most important work. And, as with any good book, it leaves the reader hungering for more."/5(56). Y our first book is The Russian Conquest of the Caucasus by John Frederick Baddeley, a military history of the Chechen and Dagestani resistance to Russian invasion in the early 19th century.
J F Baddeley was an English journalist and businessman who travelled extensively in Russia and the Caucasus in the 19th century. This book examines the underlying factors of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in the South Caucasus from toand explores the ways in which issues of ethnicity and nationalism contributed to that conflict.
The author examines the historiography and politics of the conflict, and the Author: Ohannes Geukjian. This book explores developments in the countries of the South Caucasus – Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia – since the EU included the region in the European Neighbourhood Policy in It considers issues related to energy, ethnic conflict, steps towards regional integration, and, above all, security – including the involvement of Russia, Iran, Turkey and the United : Book Description.
The Routledge Handbook of the Caucasus offers an integrated, multidisciplinary overview of the historical, ethno-linguistic, cultural, socio-economic and political complexities of the Caucasus.
Covering both the North and South Caucasus, the book gathers together leading Western, Caucasian and Russian scholars of the region from different disciplines in the. Some popular cheeses from the Caucasus include. Ashvlagwan (Ашвлагуан) — Abkhaz smoked cheese, similar to sulguni; Chechil (Չեչիլ) — String (often smoked) cheese, made in Armenia; Chechili (ჩეჩილი) — Cheese in shape of ropes, made in south Georgia; Adyga kwae — (Адыгэ Къуае) - Mild cheese, made in Circassia; Chkinti' (ჭყინტი) - Salty.
Drawing on a three-year project supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation, the book brings together academics from the South Caucasus and across Europe to offer original empirical research and contributions from experienced researchers in political science, history and oriental studies.
Cambridge Core - Ancient History - The Archaeology of the Caucasus - by Antonio Sagona. Transcaucasia spans the southern portion of the Caucasus Mountains and their lowlands, straddling the border between the continents of Europe and Asia, and extending southwards from the southern part of the Greater Caucasus mountain range of southwestern Russia to the Turkish and Armenian borders, and from the Black Sea in the west to the Caspian Sea coast of Iran in the east.
"Turkey and the South Caucasus are looming as theatres of conflict and strife, challenging longstanding assumptions about the internal stability and regional engagements of states in this part of the world.
This splendid collection is the very book to set these troubling developments in a rich--if unsettling--context."Reviews: 1. South Caucasus seeks to address not just where the region has been, but also where it is headed in terms of its security, intra- and extra-regional relations, as well as political and.
This book provides a history of the Caucasus, from the late 18th century to the present, largely coinciding with the growth of Russian influence in the region. The book is a good introduction, and does provide some insight into current ethnic conflicts in the region/5(50).
Bullough, the Caucasus editor for the Institute of War and Peace Reporting, has lived and worked in the North Caucasus for years. His book, a searching portrait of the national and cultural complexities of Russia’s most restive region, combines on-the-ground reporting and deep historical knowledge in a way that only British writers seem able to : Charles King.This book explores developments in the countries of the South Caucasus – Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia – since the EU included the region in the European Neighbourhood Policy in It considers issues related to energy, ethnic conflict, steps towards regional integration, and, above all, se.In this fascinating book, noted journalist Thomas de Waal--author of the highly acclaimed Black Garden--makes the case that while the Caucasus is often treated as a sub-plot in the history of Russia, or as a mere gateway to Asia, the five-day war in Georgia, which flared into a major international crisis inproves that this is still a combustible region, whose inner dynamics and history 4/5(1).