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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

Great Power Competition Defines the Ukrainian Question, and Only Great Power Diplomacy can Provide an Answer

Photo by censor.net Starting on June 28, Ukraine and the United States launched the...

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Turkey Solidifies Role in South Caucasus with ‘Shusha Declaration’

Photo by Aztv On June 15, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Azerbaijani...

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The Implications of Russia’s Creeping Takeover of Belarus

Photo by rambler.ru Belarus has had a busy year. A stolen presidential election in...

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Evaluating Halo Trust’s Demining Work in Nagorno-Karabakh

Since the end of the first Nagorno-Karabakh War between Armenia and Azerbaijan in 1994, landmines and unexploded ordinance have posed a danger to Armenians and Azerbaijanis alike. The Second Nagorno-Karabakh War that ended in 2020 led to Azerbaijan recovering the overwhelming majority of territory Armenia captured in the First Nagorno-Karabakh War of 1994. But the aftermath of this war has led to fields and structures remaining highly contaminated well into the spring of 2021 by anti-personnel and anti-tank mines, along with unexploded ordinance shells, bombs, and cluster munitions used by both sides....

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Prisoners of the Caucasus: How Nagorno-Karabakh’s Minefield Crisis Holds the Peace Process Hostage

Since the end of the first Nagorno-Karabakh War between Armenia and Azerbaijan in...

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Azerbaijan Field Visit After the Second Karabakh War

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

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Azerbaijan Field Visit After the Second Karabakh War

Representatives of the International Conflict Resolution Center traveled to Baku, Azerbaijan to gather information about the history of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict; the ongoing issues and relations between Armenia, Azerbaijan, third countries, and the international community; and the reconstruction efforts that will take place in the territories reclaimed by Azerbaijan during the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war.

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