A Broken Region: The Persistent Failure of Integration Projects in the South Caucasus

@article{Waal2012ABR,
  title={A Broken Region: The Persistent Failure of Integration Projects in the South Caucasus},
  author={Thomas de Waal},
  journal={Europe-Asia Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={64},
  pages={1709 - 1723}
}
Abstract This essay reviews failed historical attempts at regional integration in the South Caucasus since the early twentieth century, and in particular the failed Transcaucasian federations of 1918 and 1922–1936 and the breakdown of Soviet economic integration in the region. It argues that there is much that makes the South Caucasus a viable region in terms of geography, culture and economic potential, but political contradictions and persistent perceptions of insecurity make for a pattern of… Expand
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