The month of March in South-Caucasus in a nutshell…

South Caucasus geopolitical watch team: Morgan Caillet, Constant Henrio and Léonard Monce.

The files we follow: Karabakh Conflict Resolution Process, Humanitarian and Security Update in Karabakh and the Lachin Corridor, Abkhazia and South Ossetia / Georgia Conflict, Georgia – EU/ US/Russia/Ukraine Relations and Georgian Domestic Policy, South Caucasian energy, trade and transport issues, Human Rights in South Caucasus, Various Armenian, Azerbaijani and Georgian foreign policies.

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The month of March was marked in Karabakh by the start of meetings between the representatives of “Nagorno-Karabakh” and those of Azerbaijan, perceived very differently by the two parties. Azerbaijan aims through these negotiations at the national integration of the Armenian minority present on its sovereign territory while the self-proclaimed local authorities persist in demanding self-determination and demanding international mediation. Toivo Klaar refuted any desire for competition with Russia on the part of the EU from the beginning of the month, while Russia continues to denounce a political recovery of the efforts undertaken by it in terms of mediation between the two protagonists and of the “Westerns” efforts to undermine Armenian-Russian friendship. Armenia has moved further away by threatening to join the Rome Statute of the ICC, as an arrest warrant has been issued for

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