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Social and economic decline as factors in conflict in the Caucasus
S. P. Glinkina
by United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research in Helsinki
Written in English
|Statement||Svetlana P. Glinkina and Dorothy J. Rosenberg.|
|Series||WIDER discussion paper -- no.2003/18|
|Contributions||Rosenberg, Dorothy J., World Institute for Development Economics Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Download Citation | Social and Economic Decline as Factors in Conflict in the Caucasus | We argue that the conflicts in the Caucasus are the result of the abrogation by the elite of the earlier.
Social and Economic Decline as Factors in Conflict in the Caucasus Svetlana P. Glinkina1 and Dorothy J. Rosenberg2 February Abstract We argue that the conflicts in the Caucasus are the result of the abrogation by the elite of the earlier, Soviet era, social contract.
Cited by: 3. Downloadable. We argue that the conflicts in the Caucasus are the result of the abrogation by the elite of the earlier, Soviet era, social contract. This process was accompanied by the collapse of the formal economy; evidenced by huge national income compression, falling public goods provision, and growing inequality and poverty.
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Social and economic decline. Jan 01, · Pg. 2/2 - Unfortunately, the Caucasus often conjure images of violence and war in the minds of many people. Indeed, the region has been plagued by violent conflict especially during the collapse of the Soviet Union and through the first decade of independence.
Aug 27, · From Conflict to Autonomy in the Caucasus questions this assumption by examining three case studies: Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Nagorno Karabakh are placed within the larger socio-political context of transformations taking place in this borderland region during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
It examines demographic, social and. Downloadable. We argue that the conflicts in the Caucasus are the result of the abrogation by the elite of the earlier, Soviet era social contract. This process was accompanied by the collapse of the formal economy; evidenced by huge national income compression, falling public goods provision, and growing inequality and poverty.
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To prevent a new rise in violence, Moscow must promote transparent governance as well as social and economic opportunities in its six North Caucasus republics. Socio-economic indicators. North Caucasus economic region accounted for almost 6 per cent of the national GRP in This region includes the most troubled part of the Russian Federation, the Chechen Republic, and other republics where ethnic tensions are high.
Economic capacities are far lower than the average for the country as a consumersnewhomeconstruction.comy: Russia. WOMENAID µ INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT IN THE CAUCASUS: A BACKGROUND BRIEFING. The collapse of communism and the rise of ethnic strife plunged the southern fringes of the former Soviet Union into turmoil, particularly in the Caucasus where some million people had been forced from their homes in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.
The South Caucasus has historically been known to be a crossing point of trade roads from the Mediterranean to China and from the Baltic Sea to the Arab world.
Because of its strategic position, moreover, the Caucasus was regularly the object of territorial conflicts between, inter alia, the Persian, Ottoman and Russian Empires. Dec 07, · Conflicts in the Caucasus: Prospects for Resolution.
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Societies in a state of conflict – especially “frozen conflict”, which remains stagnant for decades – experience its impact at all levels. The unresolved conflict affects the social, economic and political life of a community, region or country. A social consensus characterising the.
Nov 07, · James Hughes, “Chechnya: The Causes of a Protracted Social Conflict,” Civil Wars 4 (): The field of conflict management considers Chechnya to be an intractable conflict because all attempts at settlement thus far have at best only tamped down violence rather than producing a transformative peace.
For the EU, these are a chance to enhance and reposition itself in the South Caucasus if they can be tied to conflict resolution and include specific democratisation, governance and human rights benchmarks. For the region they may be an opportunity to map out the reform process concretely.
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