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South Caucasus. An Uncertain Path. Analyzing Vulnerabilities in Respecting Human Rights and Some Recommendations for Democratic Construction

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Author(s): Cristian Gherasim

Journal: Sfera Politicii
ISSN 1221-6720

Volume: XX;
Issue: 167 (1);
Start page: 61;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: human rights | secession | frozen conflicts | south Caucasus | international community | energy resoursces | failed states

ABSTRACT
Fifteen years after Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia Achieved independence, power is still concentrated in the hands of a few. There are strong regional disparities within all three countries, with the capitals having the lion’s share of population, power and resources. Minorities are poorly represented in public life and suffer from lack of educational opportunities and breaches of human rights from those that make up the majority. More often than not, continue weak statehood means that states are incapable of providing basic public services, let alone ensure protection against human rights abuses.
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