Problematika konfliktů na jižním Kavkaze a implikace pro českou zahraniční politiku : případ Náhorního Karabachu a arménsko-ázerbájdžánského konfliktu
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|Conflict issues in the South Caucasus and implications for Czech foreign policy : The Case of Nagorno-Karabakh and the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict
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|MU Faculty or unit
|The policy paper is one of the outputs of the project South Caucasus at the Intersection of Interests, which was implemented in 2021-2022. The text describes the state of the region after the war in 2020, in terms of the role of external actors, focusing on the engagement of of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs (mainly Russia and partly also the US and France), Turkey, and then the involvement of some actors outside the Minsk Group OSCE (mainly Iran and Israel). In addition to this, attention is also paid to the potential role of other international organisations, especially the EU. In conclusion, the text also aims to generate recommendations for Czech foreign policy and to answer the question whether the Czech Republic (or the EU, given the Czech membership and presidency of the Council of the EU in the year 2022) should continue with the so-called policy of equidistance.