U.S. Interests and
Cooperative Security in Abkhazia and Karabakh: Engagement versus
Robert M. Cutler
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AbstractThe chapter examines the evolution of U.S. interests in three South
situations in the 1990s. It briefly assesses the relevant national security
such as it existed, then moves to survey U.S. policy behavior in the
selected cases. On
that basis is assesses the applicability of “cooperative security,” already
animating certain signficant aspects of U.S. security policy, to the cases in question.
In the process it disentangles the meanings of cooperative security,
commitment, arriving at conclusions as to their interrelationships in the
hand. In conclusion, the article points out the significance of financial
for the countries concerned and what can be done in this respect, including
possibilities for enhancing their cooperation among themselves the assistance of
international and possibly regional institutions.
Interests and Security Doctrine in the Caucasus
- U.S. Policy
Security, Engagement, and Commitment
The Key Role of Financial Stabilization in Conflict Resolution
Suggested citation for this
Robert M. Cutler, “U.S. Interests and Cooperative Security in Abkhazia and
versus Commitment?[: Abstract]” available at
〈http://www.robertcutler.org/ch98mt.htm〉, accessed 24 March 2017.
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