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Black garden - armenia and azerbaijan through peace and war, 10th year anni.

Author: Thomas De Waal
Publisher: New York University Press, 2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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A complex and subtle portrait of a beautiful and fascinating region, blighted by historical prejudice and conflict

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas De Waal
ISBN: 9780814760321 0814760325
OCLC Number: 1023107440
Description: 406 sidor ; 22.7 cm
Contents: ContentsAuthor's Note ixPreface to the Revised Edition xiiiTwo Maps, of the South Caucasus and of Nagorny Karabakh xviii-xixIntroduction: Crossing the Line 11. February 1988: An Armenian Revolt 112. February 1988: Azerbaijan: Puzzlement and Pogroms 303. Shusha: The Neighbors' Tale 464. 1988-1989: An Armenian Crisis 565. Yerevan: Mysteries of the East 746. 1988-1990: An Azerbaijani Tragedy 837. Baku: An Eventful History 968. 1990-1991: A Soviet Civil War 1089. Divisions: A Twentieth-Century Story 13910. Hurekavank: The Unpredictable Past 15811. August 1991-May 1992: War Breaks Out 17212. Shusha: The Last Citadel 1969780814760321_de waal_text.indd 7 4/23/13 9:08 AMviii*CONTENTS13. June 1992-September 1993: Escalation 20714. Sabirabad: The Children's Republic 22915. September 1993-May 1994: Exhaustion 23716. Stepanakert: A State Apart 25217. 1994-2001: No War, No Peace 26218. Sadakhlo: "They Fight, We Don't" 27919. 2001-2012: Deadlock and Estrangement 284Conclusion: Seeking Peace in Karabakh 305Appendix 1: Statistics 325Appendix 2: Chronology 329Notes 341Bibliography 367Index 375About the Author 387All illustrations appear as a group following p

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"This book is a major milestone in the Western scholarship on Karabakh." * Armenian Freedom Network * "This book is helpful because in order to craft a final resolution to the conflict, one must Read more...

 
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