Armenia and Azerbaijan: Countries in Crisis

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William Mitchell (Editor)

Series: Europe: Past, Present and Future
BISAC: POL058000

Armenia and Azerbaijan both used to be part of the Soviet Union, but since that crumbled, ethnic tensions between Armenians and Azerbaijanis increased in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Nagorno-Karabakh is recognized as part of Azerbaijan, but is predominantly populated by ethnic Armenians. The long-simmering conflict has been escalating in recent months. This book looks at the background and upheaval in these two countries.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Armenia: Country Profile
(CIA World Factbook)

Chapter 2. Revolution in Armenia? The Power and Prospects of the Protest Movement
(Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe)

Chapter 3. Armenia’s Velvet Revolution
(Cory Welt)

Chapter 4. Civic Upheaval in Armenia
(Cory Welt)

Chapter 5. Reform in Armenia: Assessing Progress and Opportunities for U.S. Policy
(Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe)

Chapter 6. Atomic Energy: Nuclear Safety Arrangement between the United States of America and Armenia
(United States Department of State)

Chapter 7. Azerbaijan: Country Profile
(CIA World Factbook)

Chapter 8 Democracy Deferred: The State of Elections and Fundamental Freedoms in Azerbaijan
(Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe)

Chapter 9. Averting All-Out War in Nagorno-Karabakh: The Role of the U.S. and OSCE
(Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe)

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