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Resolution Center

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The International Conflict Resolution Center (ICR Center) is an independent, non-profit think tank committed to the advancement of international dialogue to resolve frozen conflicts in Europe and Eurasia. The Center promotes self-determination, international legitimacy, and diplomatic confidence in an effort to ensure cooperation and prosperity.

Based in Washington, D.C. The Center promotes self-determination, international legitimacy, and diplomatic confidence in an effort to ensure cooperation and prosperity.

Articles

Fresh Clashes Between Armenia and Azerbaijan Hinder Prospects of Negotiations

A week after the first anniversary of the signing of the trilateral peace agreement ending...

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In the South Caucasus, the Railway Revival Project Remains Elusive

Recent escalations between Armenia and Azerbaijan diminish the real willingness of both...

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Moldovan Gas Crisis Reveals Vulnerability to Russia’s Weaponization of Energy Supplies

October 30 marked the beginning of a gas crisis in Moldova, shortly after the government...

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Events

Reports

Reflections on the Second Karabakh War: An Assessment of Developments One Year Later

The 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war lasted for 44-days, beginning on September 27, 2020 and...

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Field Visit of the International Conflict Resolution Center to Georgia: An Assessment of the Current Status of Georgia’s Frozen Conflicts

Representatives of the International Conflict Resolution Center traveled to Tbilisi,...

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Conflict Monitor

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