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Conflict in the Caucasus and the Black Sea Region: Causes and Prospects for Resolution
In spite of the significant and mostly negative implications of continued strife in the Caucasus for a whole range of regional and international concerns, international efforts at conflict prevention and resolution have been sadly inadequate. Given the disappointing record of conflict resolution and prevention, any thinking regarding how to resolve existing conflicts- or at least to contain them- and to prevent the development of new sources of dissent and dispute must first start with the following three questions: 1) What have been the real causes of conflict in the Caucasus? 2) Why have international efforts at conflict prevention and resolution fallen of what has been needed? and 3) Why have these efforts failed?
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