Liberated Karabakh: Policy Perspectives by the ADA Community
ADA University is proud to announce the publication of an academic book entitled Liberated Karabakh: Policy Perspectives by the ADA Community. Edited by Executive Vice-Rector Dr. Fariz Ismailzade and Director of Publications and Policy Research Prof. Damjan Krnjević Mišković, it features scholarly articles by ADA faculty members as well as others affiliated with the university.
In his Foreword to the book, Rector Hafiz Pashayev writes that “no matter what part of the world in which we live, all Azerbaijanis call Karabakh home. All of us are keen to do our part to redevelop the liberated territories and turn the war-torn area into one of the most prosperous and sustainable regions in the world. Our country’s vision for Karabakh is truly inspiring and the ADA University community is also very much eager to contribute to the process of renewal and reconstruction.”
This book, he says, is part of the university’s effort. Rector Pashayev concludes by expressing his sincere hope that Liberated Karabakh: Policy Perspectives by the ADA Community will find a place on the shelves of Karabakh’s restored libraries as well as many others throughout Azerbaijan and abroad.
For inquiries about receiving a hard copy of the book, please contact Ms. Shabnam Maharramova via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The links below take you to the PDF-s of the book’s individual chapters.
Policy Perspectives by the ADA Community
PrefaceDamjan Krnjević Mišković and Fariz Ismailzade
Why the War Happened, and Why the Armenian Attempt at Secession FailedAzer Babayev
International Law and the Karabakh QuestionJavid Gadirov
Historical and Legal Aspects of the Karabakh ConflictRovshan Ibrahimov and Murad Muradov
Three Decades of Missed OpportunitiesLala Jumayeva
Can the Two Nations Reconcile?Kavus Abushov
Strategic Implications of the Liberation of Karabakh Fariz Ismailzade
Adapting To A New Political RealityGulshan Pashayeva
End of the War, But No PeaceAnar Valiyev and Elnaz Valiyeva
Regional Energy Connectivity in the Wake of the Second Karabakh WarAkhmed Gumbatov
The Paramount Significance of ShushaFarid Shafiyev
Our “Great Return” to Aghdam, the Hiroshima of the South CaucasusEmin Huseynov
Statecraft, European Belonging, and the Second Karabakh WarDamjan Krnjević Mišković
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