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Post-Soviet Conflicts Revisited

by Hans-Georg Heinrich (Volume editor)
Others 253 Pages
Series: ICEUR Insight Studies, Volume 2

Summary

Despite the efforts of the international community, most of the armed conflicts triggered by the breakup of the Soviet Union have not been resolved. This volume strives to cast a fresh look at the protracted conflicts and to identify factors promoting or preventing their settlement or transformation. The authors analyze the conflicts from the vantage point of critical citizens of their home countries and draw on their experience as participants in the peace process. The lessons learned from successes and failures of the international community are galvanized into a package of policy recommendations that heed the specific character of each conflict.

Details

Pages
253
ISBN (PDF)
9783653020885
ISBN (Softcover)
9783631626382
Language
English
Publication date
2013 (May)
Published
Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2013. 253 pp., 5 tables, 1 graph

Biographical notes

Hans-Georg Heinrich (Volume editor)

Hans-Georg Heinrich is Professor emeritus at the Department of Political Science at the University of Vienna (Austria), and Vice-President of the International Center for Advanced and Comparative EU-Russia/NIS Research (ICEUR Vienna). He has authored and edited several books on Post-Soviet politics and served in field presences of international organizations in various transition countries.

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