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Nagorno-Karabakh Negotiations: Though the Prism of a Multi-Issue Bargaining Model

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This article examines various phases in the Nagorno-Karabakh (NK) negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan using a Multi-Issue Bargaining Model ‐ a modified version of the traditional bargaining model. It offers micro-level and phase-by-phase analysis of the negotiation process, mediation efforts and proposed mechanisms for the settlement of the NK conflict. Issues on the negotiation table and the evolution of the Azerbaijani and Armenian positions over time constitute a central focus of the article. The multi-issue model is applied to each negotiation phase in the NK conflict from 1994 until 2009.

Affiliations: 1: Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy (ADA) and University of Cambridge 88 Shamil Azizbeyov Street, Baku, Azerbaijan AZ 1009, Email:


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