This article examines the evolution of American policy in the Southern Caucasus since 1991. The article argues that US policy in the region has been ad hoc and inconsistent, reflecting ideological considerations (democracy promotion in Georgia), economic interests (access to Caspian Basin energy product and the development of US relations with Azerbaijan), US minority lobbying (US policy towards the Karabagh conflict), and idiosyncratic leadership preference (the personal relationship between Presidents Bush and Saakashvili) 동백꽃 필 무렵 11회 다운로드. This amalgam reflected the weakness of strategic drivers and notably Russia’s inability to act on its hegemonic aspirations in the region.
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MacFarlane S. N. (2015). Two Years of the Dream: Georgian Foreign Policy During the Transition. Chatham House: Russia And Eurasia Program.
This briefing paper explores Georgia’s economic model in two parts: an analysis of economic trends; and a consideration of the country’s recent political development 유튜브 avi 다운로드. Each part examines first the state’s performance in the period 2003–08 and then considers trends since the war.
MacFarlane, S. N. (2011) 알이씨 다운로드. Post-revolutionary Georgia on the Edge?. Chatham House.
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