Research Laboratory “History and Social Anthropology of (South) East Europe”
Time: Thursdays, 2-4 or 4-6 pm
Place: IOS, until further notice via ZOOM
8th Annual Conference of the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS).
Date: 23 and 24 September
Time: For details see the program
Location: Online via Zoom (Meeting-ID: 884 439 7929, Kenncode: 337230) / Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS), Landshuter Str. 4 (Raum 319).
Guests are welcome to join us online – link to be announced.
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Obstacles and opportunities for dialogue and cooperation in protracted conflict
The Corridors Proceedings Vol. I "Obstacles and Opportunities for Dialogue and Cooperation in Protracted Conflicts" (ISBN 978-3-945232-01-9) provides the reader with fresh research from young scholars and established researchers and practitioners. All of the papers offer a different perspective on the diverse set of obstacles and opportunities for dialogue and cooperation in protracted conflicts. Most importantly, the contributions add the local perspective to a debate that is dominated by Western scholars who sometimes lack in-depth knowledge of the different cases. This provides us with a more nuanced picture of the specific structures, elements, dynamics and consequences of protracted conflicts. Meanwhile, the authors also identified opportunities to (re-)establish dialogue and cooperation in respect of the conflict divide.
Editor: Sebastian Relitz
Institution: Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies
Sebastian Relitz: Introduction – Obstacles and Opportunities for Dialogue and Cooperation in Protracted Conflicts. S. 4-16 >>>
David Sarkisyan: The Dynamics of “Unfreezing” Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict. Exploring Escalation Patterns and their Policy Implications. S. 17-31 >>>
Sahib Jafarov: Identity (Trans)Formation in Divided Ethnic Groups. The Case of Lezgins in Azerbaijan. S. 32-44 >>>
Yanina Osadcha: Protracted Conflicts in Regional and World Politics. The Intersection of Foreign Interest and the Conflict Dynamics on the Examples of Syria and Ukraine. S. 45-58 >>>
Lucia Leontiev: The Application of International Human Rights Law in De Facto States. S. 59-71 >>>
Andrei Iovu: A Legal Overview of the Situation of National Minorities in Transnistria. S. 72-85 >>>
Shushan Ghahriyan / Anna Atoyan: War and Peace in Karabakh. An Analysis of Women’s Perceptions. S. 86-99 >>>
Anatoliy Dirun: Political Parties in the System of Settlement of Ethno-Political Conflicts. The Case of Transnistria. S. 100-109 >>>
Nataliia Haluhan: Protracted Peacebuilding of Protracted Conflicts. Developing the Concept of Spoiling (Using the Ukrainian Case). S. 110-120 >>>
Elena Antohi: Understanding the Centrifugal Forces in Asymmetric Power-Sharing Arrangements. The Case of Gagauzia. S. 121-136 >>>
Cécile Druey: Civil Society and Peacebuilding. The Case of the Post-Soviet Space. S. 137-150 >>>
Andrea Zemskov-Züge: Contrary Memories. Basis, Chances and Constraints of Dealing with the Past in Georgian-Abkhaz Dialogue. S. 151-166 >>>
Shalva Tabatadze: Mother Tongue Education in Conflict-Affected Regions. The Case of Abkhazia. S. 167-196 >>>
Rustam Anshba: Multilingual Education in Abkhazia. Challenges and Opportunities. S. 197-208 >>>