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After 24 February 2022: Imagining South Caucasus Security

24th Workshop of the Study Group "Regional Stability in the South Caucasus”

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

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After 24 February 2022: Imagining South Caucasus Security 135 Seiten / 1.27 MB PDF ansehen
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Supporting Fragile Democracies  
Imagining Georgia’s Security Post-24 February 2022  
How Does South Ossetia Feel Today about Neighbouring Russia?  
Georgia and the Search for Long-Term Security  
Turkey, Russia, and Iran in the South Caucasus: How Manageable Is Their Competition amidst the Ukraine War?  
Perspectives of Nagorno Karabakh Conflict Settlement Process after the September 2022 Azerbaijani Attack against Armenia  
The Emerging Geopolitics of the South Caucasus in the Aftermath of the August–September 2022 Escalations  
Beyond Yerevan and Baku: How Iran and India Perceive the Developments in the South Caucasus  
Security Threats against the Republic of Moldova  
The Changing Regional Balance of Power in the South Caucasus after the 24th February 2022  


The war in Ukraine is a function of the geopolitical standoff opposing Russia and the West. As such, it has worsened the geopolitical context within the South Caucasus region. At strategic level, Russia is struggling to hold on its “game maker” role while the US and the regional powers are challenging its dwindling regional dominance.

Building a new regional order in Eastern Europe is inevitable. What role should Russia play in it? Whether it was included or not, peace in the South Caucasus will continue to be shaped by its long-term strategic interests and threat perceptions. This is the inescapable geopolitical logic of the South Caucasian states who should either deal with Russia wisely or have their continued survival at risk.

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