- Ethnic Conflicts in the Caucasus 1988-1994
- Nagorno-Karabakh and the Azeri-Armenian Conflict (1988-94)
- Ethnic Conflicts in Georgia
- The Ingushi-Ossetian Conflict
- Political Turmoil in Georgia and the Ethnic Policies of Zviad Gamsakhurdia
- Zviad Gamsakhurdia
- The Dictator and his Opposition
- Ethnic-Territorial Wars
- The Final Stage
- Explaining the Civil War
- Russia's Security Interests and Policies in the Caucasus Region
- Past Legacy
- Russia's Security Interests in the Caucasus
- Russian Policies in the Caucasus
- UN and OSCE Policies in Transcaucasia
Olivier Paye and Eric Remacle
- The United Nations
- The Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe
- Concluding Comments
- Russia's Search for an International Mandate in Transcaucasia
- Stages in the Settlement Process in Transcaucasia
- Russia's Role: from Inconsistency to "Special Responsibility"
- The Status of Peacekeeping Forces
- Russia, Iran and Azerbaijan. The Historic Origins of Iranian Foreign Policy
- National Security and the Problem of Nationalities
- The Islamic Revolution and Foreign Policy
- Conflicts with Russia in Iranian Historical Memory
- Iran's Role as Mediator in the Nagorno-Karabakh Crisis
- Regional Geopolitical Consequences of the Collapse of the Soviet Empire
- The Collapse of the Soviet Empire and its Geopolitical Consequences for Iran
- Iran's Policy on Central Asia and the Caucasus
- Iran and the Nagorno-Karabakh Crisis
- Motives for Mediation in the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh
- Iran's Mediation
- Prospects for the Future
- Turkey's Policies in Transcaucasia
Freddy De Pauw
- Oil Interests
- Conclusions : The Caucasus as a Security Complex
- The Unity of the Caucasus Region
- Conflicting Regional Perceptions: Russia, Iran, Turkey and the West
- Regional Concepts in the Transcaucasus
- The Caucasus Region as a Civilizational Area
- Ethnic Relations and Political Stability in Russia, Iran and Turkey
- Exclusive Interests
- Higher and Lower Level Security Complexes
- The Specificity of the Caucasus
Notes on the Contributors
- Alexei Zverev is a free-lance translator in Moscow.
- Ghia Nodia is a professor at the University of Tbilisi.
- Dmitri Trenin and Dmitri Danilov are senior researchers at the Moscow-based Institute of Europe (Russian Academy of Sciences).
- Eric Remacle and Olivier Paye are both researchers who teach at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
- Firouzeh Nahavandi is an assistant professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
- Abdollah Ramezanzadeh is preparing a doctoral thesis at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.
- Freddy De Pauw is a journalist at De Standaard.
- Bruno Coppieters is an assistant professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
Contested Borders in the Caucasus, by Bruno Coppieters (ed.)