Can Nagorny Karabakh benefit from Bosnia’s experience with return and restitution?

This question is the subject of a paper I have written for Conciliation Resources publication Accord which is devoted to the question of ‘return and its alternatives’ in that conflict. The issue features analysts based in Yerevan, Stepanakert, and Baku. The forthcoming Association for the Study of Nationalities conference features a panel on the Conciliation Resources project. The ASN 2011 panel is scheduled for Saturday, April 16, 2:50-4:50 PM (Session 11).

PANEL K7
Return and Its Alternatives: Forced Displacement in the Nagorny Karabakh Conflict

CHAIR
Rachel Clogg
(Conciliation Resources, London, UK)
< rclogg@c-r.org >

PAPERS
Gerard Toal
(Virginia Tech, US)
< toalg@vt.edu >
Return and Its Alternatives: International Law, Norms and Practices and the Dilemmas that Haunt Them

Tabib Hüseynov
(International Crisis Group, Baku, Azerbaijan)
< tabibhus@gamil.com >
Return and Its Alternatives: Perspectives from Azerbaijan

Masis Mayilian
(Foreign and Security Policy Council, Stepanakert,Nagorno Karabakh)
< m.mayilian@ymail.com >
Return and Its Alternatives: Perspectives from Nagorny Karabakh

DISCUSSANT
Laurence Broers
(Conciliation Resources, London, UK)
< lbroers@c-r.org >

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About Gerard Toal

I am an Irish born DC based Political Geographer researching territorial conflicts and the dynamics of geopolitical competition in post-Communist Europe.
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