Smith, Pamela Ann
June 2001
Middle East;Jun2001, Issue 313, p25
Focuses on the territorial conflict settlement between Azerbaijan and Armenia for Caspian hydrocarbon exports. Intervention from the United States; Compromises required in the settlement; Reactions on the prospective territorial compromise; Problems in the settlement process; Effects of the proposed settlement.


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