Posts Tagged ‘georgia’

Trilateral Partnership and Self-Isolation Shape the Geopolitics of the Caucasus

The opening ceremony of Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway (BTK), which was held on October 30 in Baku, has paved the way for the completion of the historical project for Eurasia in the South Caucasus region. The leaders of Azerbaijan and Turkey and the prime ministers of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Georgia, as well as delegates from Turkmenistan and [...]

Economic Cooperation in the South Caucasus and the Wider Region: Gained Losses, Lost Benefits

Common article by Mehmet Fatih Öztarsu, Pinar Sayan, Orhan Gafarlı,Tamta Jijavadze, David Muradyan, and Vadim Romashov The past two and a half decades in the South Caucasus leave little hope to entertain for the eventual integration of the region. So far the fragmentation of the South Caucasus into different blocks is the only reality.

Toward a Caucasus without Turkey

The jet plane crisis between Turkey and Russia has increased mobility in Caucasus and Central Asia. These developments, which we can say will be of disservice to Turkey in the medium and long term, force Turkey to develop new approaches to the region.

Can Turkey compete with Iran in the Caucasus?

The agreement reached as the result of talks between Iran and P5+1 countries (China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States, plus Germany) has led to debate over whether or not Iran is going to wield a more influential set of foreign policies in the Caucasus from here onwards. It seems quite possible [...]

Ethnicity, Nationalism and Conflict in the South Caucasus

“The Soviet Union,” which has two contradictory definitions like “Prison of Peoples” and “Free Association of Peoples,” is called as the perpetrator of many ethnic and regional problems in Eurasia today. Its managing culture on numerous ethnic and religious elements with its ideological perspective closed to criticism is one of the most important issues to [...]

Who will benefit from developments in Georgia?

The parliamentary elections held this month in Georgia represent adaptation to the changing circumstances and democratic developments in Caucasia, and it appears that they will lead to some changes in the region, as well.

Strategic Knowledge of Strategic Outlook

In the 21th Century and at the Era of Globalization, reaching to knowledge is getting easy than the last quarter of a century. So to provide “Strategic Knowledge” for followers of International Relations and to render easy of their studies on International Relations, we have decided to create the organization of “Strategic Outlook” based on [...]

Approaches of Caucasus to Israeli Aggression

There has been a great resistance in the international arena to Israeli operation on volunteers who tried to help Gaza. Everybody who is against Israel or not pointed out that Israeli action was not acceptable for the values of humanity…

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