The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies

Status A joint Transatlantic Research and policy center

Abbreviation CACI

Email washington@isdp.eu

URL https://www.silkroadstudies.org/

Address Central Asia-Caucasus Institute 509 C st NE, DC 20002, Washington, , United States

Contact person Frederick Starr (Chairman)

Contact person Svante E. Cornell (Director)

People

Svante E. Cornell

Sebastien Peyrouse

Mamuka Tsereteli


Bibliography

Yalowitz K., Cornell S., (48) The Critical but Perilous Caucasus. Orbis, vol: 2004, 105–116


Cornell S., (2001) Small nations and great powers: a study of ethnopolitical conflict in the Caucasus. Curzon Press, London.


Cornell S., (2007) GEORGIA AFTER THE ROSE REVOLUTION: GEOPOLITICAL PREDICAMENT AND IMPLICATIONS FOR U.S. POLICY. Army War College monograph,


Cornell S., (2010) The Guns of August 2008: Russia's War in Georgia. New York.


Cornell S., (2015) Azerbaijan Since Independence. Routledge, New York.


Cornell S., (2002) Autonomy and Conflict: Ethnoterritoriality and Separatism in the South Caucasus - Cases in Georgia. Institutionen för freds- och konfliktforskning,


Cornell S., (1998) Turkey and the conflict in Nagorno Karabakh: A delicate balance. Taylor & Francis, Ltd., 51-72


Cornell S., (2011) What Drives Turkish Foreign Policy?. Middle East Quarterly, 13-24


Cornell S., (2006) The Caucasus: A Challenge for Europe.


Cornell S., (1998) Iran and the Caucasus. Middle East Policy, vol: 5, 51-67


Cornell S., (2008) War in Georgia, jitters all around. Current History, 307-314


Cornell S., (2008) Russia’s War in Georgia: Causes and Implications for Georgia and the World. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program – A Joint Transatlantic Research and Policy Center , Washington.


Cornell S., (2005) US engagement in the Caucasus: Changing gears. Helsinki Monitor,


Cornell S., (2004) Regional Security in the South Caucasus: The Role of NATO. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute,


Cornell S., (1998) Religion as a factor in Caucasian conflicts. Civil Wars,


Cornell S., (2002) The South Caucasus: Regional Overview and Conflict Assessment. SIDA,


Cornell S., (2005) A Strategic Conflict Analysis of the South Caucasus with a Focus on Georgia. SIDA,


Cornell S., (Current History) Conflict Analysis of Georgia. Current History,


Cornell S., (2014) Getting Georgia Right. Centre for European Studies,


Cornell S., (2004) NATO after Enlargement: PfP Shifts Emphasis to Central Asia and the Caucasus. NIAS Nytt,


Cornell S., (2001) Democratization Falters in Azerbaijan. ournal of Democracy, vol: 12, 118-131


Cornell S., (2009) Georgian politics since the August 2008 war. Kirkpatrick Jordon Foundation, vol: 17, 251-268


Cornell S., (2005) Security Threats and Challenges in the Caucasus after 9/11 . Eurasia in Balance,


Cornell S., (2012) THE “AFGHANIZATION” OF THE NORTH CAUCASUS: CAUSES AND IMPLICATIONS OF A CHANGING CONFLICT. Russia's Homegrown Insurgency: Jihad in the North Caucasus,


Cornell S., (2001) Iran and the Caucasus: The Triumph of Pragmatism over Ideology. 2001, vol: 3, 2001


Cornell S., (2001) The Caucasus in Limbo. Current History, vol: 110, 283-289


Cornell S., (2010) The August 6 Bombing Incident in Georgia: Implications for the Euro-Atlantic Region.


Nilsson N., Cornell S., (2008) Georgia’s May 2008 Parliamentary Elections: Setting Sail in A Storm .


Cornell S., Nilsson N., (2007) Learning from Georgia’s Crisis: Implications and Recommendations .


Cornell S., (2015) A Western Strategy for the South Caucasus.


Cornell S., (2002) Autonomy as a Source of Conflict: Caucasian Conflicts in Theoretical Perspective. World Politics, vol: 54, 245-276


Cornell S., (2002) The South Caucasus A Regional Overview and Conflict Assessment.


Cornell S., (1997) Conflicting identities in the Caucasus. Peace Review A Journal of Social Justice , vol: 9, 453-459


Cornell S., (1997) A Chechen state?. Central Asian Survey , vol: 16, 201-213


Peyrouse S., (2009) Is there any unity to the Trans-Caspian Region? The economic relations between Central Asia and the Caucasus. Asia Europe Journal, vol: 7, 543–557


Cornell S., (2017) The International Politics of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict: The Original “Frozen Conflict” and European Security. Palgrave Macmillan,


Tsereteli M., (2016) The Impossibility of Georgia’s Neutrality.


Tsereteli M., (2013) Azerbaijan and Georgia: Strategic Partnership for Stability in a Volatile Region.


Tsereteli M., (2009) The Impact of the Russia-Georgia War on the South-Caucasus Transport Corridor..


Cornell S., Tsereteli M., (2016) Under the Radar: Georgia’s October 2016 Elections.


Cornell S., (2014) GEORGIA'S NEW CRISIS Is Georgia Slipping Away?.


Cornell S., (2017) The Raucous Caucasus.


Cornell S., (2017) The International Politics of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict The Original “Frozen Conflict” and European Security. Palgrave Macmillan US,