European energy security, especially the diversification of sources of supply of natural gas, increasingly depends on the South Caucasus countries of Georgia and Azerbaijan. Russia is building the NordStream Two and TurkStream pipelines in order to secure European Union (EU) dependence on Russian gas for decades to come. Because of its unique geographical situation, Georgia […]
The authoritative text of the Convention on the Status of the Caspian Sea (Caspian Convention), signed August 12 in Aktau, Kazakhstan, is now available. After 23 years of negotiations, skepticism seems to be an influential trend in interpreting the Convention’s significance. It is easier for an expert to say, “Oh I didn’t expect such progress,” […]
Marko Gombac discusses the effect of the increasing isolation of Azerbaijan in the Eurasian economic region highlighted by Monday’s ceasefire violations.
Following the deadly outbreak of violence between Azerbaijan and Armenia in the perpetually unstable conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh, Neil Siviter examines what role NATO can play to facilitate peace.
Matt Korda investigates how a decade-old murder plays a central role in explaining and perpetuating the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Matt Korda analyzes how the Caucasian pipeline network explains and drives the politics of the South Caucasus.