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Lost Opportunities in Negotiating the Conflict over Nagorno Karabakh

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There have been at least six moments in the evolution of the Armenian-Azeri conflict over Nagomo Karabakh which can be qualified as lost opportunities for negotiation toward management of the conflict; that is, moments when movement toward resolution could have been produced. These include early CSCE involvement in 1992, cooperation with Russia in 1993, provision of a peacekeeping force in 1993, provision of a special envoy in 1994, use of the CSCE summit of 1994, and use of an oil pipeline after 1994. Other possibilities are also examined; the idea of a special envoy should be retained.


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