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Conflict Resolution In The North Caucasus

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Since the North Caucasian Republics form part of the Russian Federation, conflict resolution efforts in the North Caucasus by third parties require action and approval by the central authorities in Moscow. The Russian Federation regards conflicts in the North Caucasus as an internal affair. For a government to benefit from the activities of such organizations, it is important that they are not regarded as counterproductive by the government. In the case of the North Caucasus, organizations do their work in some Republics under difficult circumstances, and are successful on the micro level. The problems the North Caucasus faces are however so immense, that we have to realize that both intergovernmental, non-governmental and governmental organizations have a long way to go to realize peace, prosperity and justice in the Republics.

Keywords: conflict resolution; North Caucasus; Russian Federation



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