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Crossroads and Conflict: Security and…

Crossroads and Conflict: Security and Foreign Policy in the Caucasus and…

by Gary Bertsch

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This work brings together experts from the US, Russia and the Caucasus to examine the issues of conflict, foreign policy trade-offs, and security in the region. It takes into account the geopolitical factors, Western and Russian involvement, and the interaction between domestic and external pressures. It also looks at the challenges faced by these countries and examines the possibilities for future peace and prosperity in the region.

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