Population Trends in a Contested Pseudo-State: The Case of Nagorno-Karabakh

  title={Population Trends in a Contested Pseudo-State: The Case of Nagorno-Karabakh},
  author={Richard H. Rowland},
  journal={Eurasian Geography and Economics},
  pages={111 - 99}
  • R. Rowland
  • Published 1 January 2008
  • Economics
  • Eurasian Geography and Economics
A U.S. population geographer specializing in the former Soviet Union surveys the results of an October 2005 census conducted in a contested pseudo-state known as the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR). Data from the enumeration provide the first credible information about recent population characteristics, including nationality composition and migration from the war-torn republic. The data make it possible to ascertain the crude magnitudes of population losses in the republic's constituent rayons… 
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