A new issue (Volume 2, Issue 2, Winter 2021) of the Journal of Caucasus Strategic Perspectives (CSP) entitled “Post-War Situation in the South Caucasus Region” has been released.
The current issue of the Caucasus Strategic Perspectives (CSP) journal entitled “Post-War Situation in the South Caucasus Region” is dedicated to the possible cooperation opportunities in the aftermath of latest 44-day war between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the fall of 2020 with focus on different views from various experts driven from different countries. The CSP’s new issue includes 5 articles, 3 commentaries and 1 book review. In the framework of post-war cooperation situation, the CSP’s current authors analysed the policies of regional actors, such Turkey,Iran, Russia and the EU towards the region and existing political divergences and tensions, as well as economic cooperation opportunities emerged in the post-conflict period.
CSP is a Baku-based academic journal on foreign policy and is published on a biannually basis. It seeks to present a global and regional perspective on issues affecting the Caucasus neighborhood and focuses largely at the role of the region in international contexts and policy making. The journal includes perspectives from policymakers, area specialists, political activists, and diplomatic professionals along with academics of different countries and backgrounds. CSP journal is published by the Center of Analysis of International Relations (AIR Center).
The free PDF articles from the issue can be downloaded at the CSP's website via the following link: https://cspjournal.az/new-issue
The full version of the Journal can be accessed here: https://cspjournal.az/uploads/files/CSP_vol2%20issue2_Winter%202021%20inside%20(online).pdf
For the previous issues please see archive: https://cspjournal.az/archive