The states of the southern Caucasus are weak, and a provincial political culture is largely responsible. WASHINGTON, United States–After 12 years of independence, the process of state-building in the three southern Caucasus nations–Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan–appears to have halted. Transition has become stagnant, and its contradictions fester. Recovery is coupled with dramatic decline; slow economic […]
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