Twenty years after the Nagorny Karabakh ceasefire: an opportunity to move towards more inclusive conflict resolution

@article{Freizer2014TwentyYA,
  title={Twenty years after the Nagorny Karabakh ceasefire: an opportunity to move towards more inclusive conflict resolution},
  author={Sabine Freizer},
  journal={Caucasus Survey},
  year={2014},
  volume={1},
  pages={109 - 122}
}
  • S. Freizer
  • Published 1 April 2014
  • Political Science
  • Caucasus Survey
Twenty years ago this May the ceasefire that put an end to active fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces for control over Nagorny Karabakh was signed. It was supposed to be the first step in a process to end the conflict. But the expected pull back of forces, deployment of peacekeepers and return of displaced persons never occurred. Instead in recent years the line of contact between the sides has become increasingly tense as some thirty persons are killed every year. Negotiations… 

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