Unsettled and uncertain situations still persist in the former Soviet states of Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, posing a serious threat to the stability of civil society, democratic institutions, and the pursuit of human rights. The cry "no peace, no war" drives the consolidation of separatist regimes and transforms them into de facto states. At the same time, this stalemate undermines the sovereignty and territorial integrity of legitimate states, obstructing their political, social, and economic development and contributing to an ongoing sense of tension. Ceslav Ciobanu identifies the historical roots of these conflicts and proposes effective solutions, paying attention to external factors, such as the EU, the UN, and the relationship between Russia and the United States.
|Publisher:||East European Monographs|
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Ceslav Ciobanu is an associate professor of economics at Virginia State University. From 1998 to March 2002, he acted as Moldova's ambassador to the United States, Mexico, and Canada.