Occasional Papers

Occasional papers  represent a series of papers regarding issues on ethnicity, international communication and cooperation in the post-Soviet space, gender mainstreaming and regional development.


The Economic Dimension of Cooperation between Armenia and Georgia: Facing New Challenges and Opportunities

Author: Various
Date published: 2015

This publication is the result of the Second Armenian-Georgian Expert Forum held in Yerevan on February 26-27, 2015 with the support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation in the framework of a joint project of the Caucasus Institute in Yerevan, Armenia and the Republican Institute in Tbilisi, Georgia. The publication contains papers by Georgian and Armenian experts on the prospects of economic cooperation between Armenia and Georgia in view of their integration into different economic unions

 


Armenia and Georgia in the Context of Current Political Developments. New Challenges and Opportunities in the Realm of Regional Security

Author: Various

Date published: 2015

This publication is the result of the first conference of The Armenian-Georgian Expert Forum, a joint project of the Caucasus Institute in Yerevan, Armenia and the Republican Institute in Tbilisi, Georgia, The conference was held in Tbilisi on December 5-6, 2014 with support from the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.

 

 

 


Ethnic Stereotypes in International Communication: Assessments and Self-Assessments

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Author: Bagrat Harutyunyan
Date published: 2013
By: Caucasus Media Institute

The study was conducted on the materials of networks forums. It touches upon the problem of stereotypes existent in the process of international communication. The object of the study is the interrelation between Armenians and Azerbaijanis.


 
 
 
 
 

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Assessing Women’s and Men’s (Gender) Interests in Community Planning

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Date published: 2013

A manual designed for trainers of gender issues. The study represents a sample of community planning where both men’s and women’s interests are taken into account.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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The European Community and the Development of Armenia

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Author: Jitske Hoogenboom
Date published: 2003
By: Caucasus Media Institute

The paper analyses a range of political, humanitarian and development initiatives by the European Union in Armenia following the Soviet Union collapse. Within the framework of the study a brief description is provided regarding various aspects of EU-Armenian cooperation.


 
 
 
 
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Cooperation in the Sphere of Development of the South Caucasus Region

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Author: Lasha Bakradze
Date published: 2003

The study sheds light upon the problem of the development of the South Caucasus and particularly Georgia in terms of international cooperation. It also analyses the strategy and logic of the biggest donors functioning in Georgia such as the EU, World Bank, IMF and so on.


 
 
 
 
 

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