Giorgio Comai | 13 February 2019

Meaningful engagement with de facto states and consistent, patient support for constructive approaches as they emerge from the region are the way to go for the EU and other international actors in the coming months

The role of external actors in the South Caucasus

The presentation by Giorgio Comai, researcher at OBC Transeuropa, at the 3rd Oxford Conference on contemporary South Caucasus issues, jointly organised by LINKS (DAR) and the University of Oxford

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