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This question is the subject of a paper I have written for Conciliation Resources publication Accord which is devoted to the question of ‘return and its alternatives’ in that conflict. The issue features analysts based in Yerevan, Stepanakert, and Baku. … Continue reading
I have recently written an article, together with a Ph D student here Adis Maksic, with this title. It appears in the current edition of the journal Eurasian Geography and Economics. The print version of the journal has a mistake … Continue reading
Carl Dahlman and I present Bosnia Remade at the Wilson Center this Wednesday 9th March. For details click here
This op ed is currently published in the Association of American Geographers Newsletter. The street protests in Tunis that lead to the ouster of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, an autocrat who governed Tunisia since 1987, have emboldened disenfranchised … Continue reading
I am interviewed in the latest edition of the online journal European Affairs from the European Institute on Bosnia-Hercegovina. http://www.europeaninstitute.org/European-Affairs/
John O’Loughlin and I will talk on our 2010 social survey in Abkhazia at the Harriman Institute at Columbia University on the 17th of February. The talk is scheduled from 4 pm to 6 pm in the Garden Room, Faculty … Continue reading