How can the South Caucasus achieve regional integration and security? An Armenian Perspective

This essay investigates the possibility of and conditions for lasting stability and peace in the South Caucasus. Following an initial definition of the existing destabilizing factors, the essay offers possible routes to overcoming the political discord and lack of harmony in the region. To the author, if the regional states want to achieve peace and stability, they must focus on strengthening human rights and democracy in their respective countries, develop mutually beneficial economic policy, create a regional organization involving all South Caucasian states, and settle the region’s ethnic and territorial conflicts.

Authors: Valeriya Gyanjumyan