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South Caucasus Policy Of Russia After Cold War

In international politics, the South Caucasus still maintains its strategic importance. In the aftermath of the Cold War, Russia seeks to develop relations within the framework of the “Near Abroad” policy with three states (Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia), which declared their independence as a result of the collapse of the USSR in the South Caucasus. Today, Russia is under threat that its role in the political, economic and cultural environment within its national security and former imperial borders will be abolished. For this reason, Russia attaches great importance to maintaining healthy political, economic and social relations with the republics of the South Caucasus.

Russia, South Caucasus, Political Relations, Energy Resources, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia


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