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To the Resolution of Intractable Conflicts: Nagorno-Karabakh and Kosovo

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Self-determination conflicts remain among the most complicated issues of the international negotiations, and they require long-term efforts. They often transform into intractable conflicts, the theory of which plays more informative role rather than contributes to their solution. The solution is difficult not only because it is a complex inter-disciplinary task, but also because very often it is necessary to involve mediation. The mediators, carrying out often their direct mission, create also new problems due to the interests of related countries. In order to reveal the reasons behind the current problems comparative analysis of Nagorno-Karabakh and Kosovo conflicts has been done. A new paradigm and based on it a new strategy of international negotiations over conflict resolution are proposed, which will allow to significantly increase the efficiency of negotiations, to find solutions for intractable conflicts and prevent the emergence of new ones.

Affiliations: 1: Brusov State University, Yerevan


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