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David S. Siroky and David Aphrasidze – Guns, Roses and Democratization: Huntington’s Secret Admirer in the Caucasus

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Georgia is the most democratic country in the Caucasus, but arguably its democratization has also been riddled by Huntingtonian developmental crises, resulting in ethnic conflicts and civil wars. Authors argue that variation in the type of political instability is best understood by focusing on the interaction between nationalism and political institutionalization rather than on their independent effects 극한 영화.

Siroky, D. S., & Aprasidze, D. (2011). Guns, roses and democratization: Huntington’s secret admirer in the Caucasus. Democratization, 18(6), 1227-1245 다운로드.


Neil MacFarlane – Democratization, Nationalism and Regional Security in the Southern Caucasus

This article focuses on political transformation in the South Caucasus and its implications for regional security. It argues that the democratization of the region’s politics in the late Soviet and post-Soviet eras contributed considerably to the deterioration in the region’s security, largely because it provided space for the articulation of national chauvinist ideas, and to some extent fostered an incentive structure in the region conducive to elite manipulation of national myths 마이크로소프트 파워포인트. Rather than playing a proactive role, democratization served primarily as a permissive condition opening the way for conflict potential to evolve into war 스카이캐슬 무료 다운로드.

MacFarlane, S. N. (1997). Democratization, Nationalism and Regional Security in the Southern Caucasus. Government and Opposition32(03), 399-420 Cura 3.6 download.


David Darchiashvili – National Society and Imperatives of Modern Security

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In this article, David Darchiashvili analyzes the interconnectedness of nationalism and security. Nation and nationalism is a risky unity and ideology because people, under national flags, tend to ignore their own as well as others lives 뿌요뿌요 피버. However, an international system is arranged in such a way and an individual’s basic requirements build up such a hierarchy that a nation-state still remains to be an irreplaceable institution for ensuring individual as well as collective security 다운로드. Assuming that nationalism is a threat and, at the same, a pillar of national, regional or international security, it is politicians’ challenge to formulate national identity that will strike a balance between ethnicity and citizenship: it should reflect the requirement for the allegiance to ethnic beliefs, religion and liberal-democratic principles 다운로드.

Darchiashvili, D. (2009). National Society and Imperatives of Modern Security. Identity Studies, 1.


David Aphrasidze & David Siroky – Frozen Transitions and Unfrozen Conflicts, Or What Went Wrong in Georgia?


This article analyzes the dynamics of development, democracy, and conflict in Georgia, focusing on variation in state capacity, political institutions and varieties of nationalism 카 1 더빙 다운로드. It illustrates the relevance of Huntington’s discussion of political order in changing societies and points to the increased likelihood of instability in the absence of entrenched institutional mechanisms 다운로드.

Aphrasidze, D., & Siroky, D. (2010). Frozen Transitions and Unfrozen Conflicts, or What went Wrong in Georgia. Yale Journal of International Affairs5, 121