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Challenges for the EU in the resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Azerbaijani and Armenian perspectives

Nagorno-Karabakh Armenia Azerbaijan / POLICY BRIEF
Zaur Shiriyev , Richard Giragosian

Date: 17/06/2013
The EU still remains very much a peripheral player in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, seemingly content with supporting the efforts of the OSCE Minsk Group and financing a number of confidence and peace-building projects. However, with the EU being one of the most ‘neutral’ external powers involved in the region, and having made conflict resolution a priority of both its European Neighbourhood Policy and Eastern Partnership, there would seem to be scope for Brussels to take on a greater role, argue Zaur Shiriyev and Richard Giragosian in these two Policy Briefs.

An Azerbaijani perspective - Read the full paper here

An Armenian perspective - Read the full paper here

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