Rowman & Littlefield Publishers / Center for European Policy Studies
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978-1-5381-4416-9 • Hardback • September 2020 • $133.00 • (£102.00)
978-1-5381-4417-6 • Paperback • October 2020 • $45.00 • (£35.00)
978-1-5381-4418-3 • eBook • September 2020 • $39.50 • (£30.00)
Thomas de Waal is a writer, analyst and Senior Fellow at Carnegie Europe, specialising in Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus.
Nikolaus von Twickel is an analyst for conflicts related to Russia and an editor at the Center for Liberal Modernity in Berlin.
Michael Emerson is Associate Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels.
1. Scenarios for the Future
5. South Ossetia
6. Nagorny Karabakh
A compelling and comprehensive account of the fluid conflicts and frozen peace processes in Eastern Europe. A must read for all those who wish to understand the region.
— Natalie Tocci, Director, Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome
The indispensable source for information and analysis on the conflicts and separatist entities on the post-Soviet periphery. Whether you are a seasoned expert or unfamiliar with the region, for both historical understanding and policy insight, this is a must read.
— William Hill, Global Fellow, Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
This thorough and excellent study traces the development of the conflicts in order to make predictions for their further course together with policy recommendations for the European Union.
— Peter Semneby, Former EU Special Representative for South Caucasus
This book invites the reader to embrace the complexity of the conflicts in the post-Soviet space and disentangle geopolitical manoeuvers from collective grievances.
— Natalia Mirimanova, Founder and Director of the Eurasia Peace Initiative
An honest, brave, comprehensive and timely analysis of the possible ways of mitigation of the geopolitical risks connected with five post-Soviet ‘frozen’ conflicts. As a Ukranian I completely support their conclusions.
— H. E. Oleksandr Chalyi