Panel I: Governance and Institutions in Unrecognized Polities

Gerard Toal; Dennis Sammut; Laurence Broers; Sergey Markedonov; Kimberly Joy Marten

Panel I: Governance and Institutions in Unrecognized Polities
Toal, Gerard
Sammut, Dennis
Broers, Laurence
Markedonov, Sergey
Marten, Kimberly Joy
Interviews and roundtables
Harriman Institute
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"Frozen Conflicts: Twenty Years after the Fall of the Soviet Union," New York, December 2, 2011.
Introductory remarks by Timothy Frye and Lincoln Mitchell, Harriman Institute, Columbia University.
Two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union the conflicts in Abkhazia, Nagorno Karabakh, South Ossetia and Transnistria remain unresolved and their dynamics continue to impact political stability, state-building and great power competition in the former Soviet Union. Over the last years, the international community’s strategy for addressing them has varied significantly. By bringing together leading scholars, policy analysts, and NGO representatives from Europe, the United States and Eurasia to discuss these issues we hope to provide an opportunity to reflect on the last twenty years and to think about possible steps forward.
East European studies
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Gerard Toal, Dennis Sammut, Laurence Broers, Sergey Markedonov, Kimberly Joy Marten, 2011, Panel I: Governance and Institutions in Unrecognized Polities, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:11993.

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