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The first major territorial struggle in the late Soviet period involved Nagorno-Karabagh, an Armenian inhabited territory that had been assigned to the Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic. In the early 1920s. Armenian protests calling for reunification with Armenia in 1988 led to Azerbaijani pogroms against Armenians and later to armed conflict that claimed over twenty thousand lives. The struggle remains unresolved. A distinguished group of historians and social scientists analyze the Karabagh struggle in this unique volume that covers one of the world's strategic, oil-rich regions.
'This volume serves as an excellent example of the partisan role academics and intellectuals play in ethnonational conflict. Recommended at all levels.' - D.V. Schwartz, Choice
|A People's Will: Armenian Irredentism over Nagorno-Karabagh|
|The Anguish of Karabagh: Pages from the Diary of Aramais (Misak Ter-Danielyan) 26 April-26 July 1919|
|Civic Society Born in the Square: The Karabagh Movement in Perspective|
|"We Are Our Mountains": Nation-as-Nature in the Armenian Struggle for Self-Determination, Nagorno-Karabagh|
|The Diaspora and the Karabagh Movement: Oppositional Politics between the Armenian Revolutionary Federation and the Armenian National Movement|
|Betrayed Promises of the Karabagh Movement: Oppositional Politics between the Armenian Revolutionary Federation and the Armenian National Movement|
|Betrayed Promises of the Karabagh Movement: A Balance Sheet|
|Possible Solutions to the Nagorno-Karabagh Problem: A Strategic Perspective|
|Nagorno-Karabagh: International Political Dimensions|
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Number Of Pages: 267
Published: 8th August 2001
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 14.61 x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.54
Edition Number: 1