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Public Presentation on The Impacts of Ethno-Nationalism and Militarization on the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and Minsk Process

Public presentation on

TWO-LEVEL GAMES AND SECURITY SPIRALS:
THE IMPACTS OF ETHNO-NATIONALISM AND MILITARIZATION ON THE NAGORNO-KARABAKH CONFLICT AND MINSK PROCESS

 

Wednesday, 26 April 2017, 16:00

 Hosted by

Caucasus Research Resource Center-Armenia

The presentation will be delivered by Ms. Aubrey HAMILTON (International Fellow, CRRC-Armenia).

 

Location:             CRRC-Armenia, 1 Alex Manoogian Str., Library bld., 6th Floor, Room 602
Language:           English


Overview:   During her International Fellowship with CRRC - Armenia, Aubrey Hamilton has focused her research on the escalation of the conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh and prospects for peace in the Minsk Process. Having previously focused on the shortcomings of the Minsk Group’s mediation design and ‘thin prevention’ approach, Aubrey’s current research pivots to analyze the socio-political and domestic processes which have contributed to conflict escalation and limited the zone of possible agreement between conflict parties. Specifically, Aubrey has looked into security and identity related processes, finding that ethno-nationalist outbidding and militarization in both Armenia and Azerbaijan have decreased support for a war-ending settlement requiring compromise or concessions and have increased the attractiveness of violent BATNAs.


Short Bio

Aubrey Hamilton holds an MA in International Conflict & Security with Human Rights Law from University of Kent’s Brussels School of International Studies. She completed her BA studies at Wesleyan University, double-majoring in Sociology and Government with a concentration in International Relations.

Prior to joining CRRC-Armenia, Aubrey worked with CSOs, think tanks, and NGOs in Belgium, Germany, Kosovo, and the United States. Her research and policy interests include transatlantic security and development cooperation, conflict resolution and transformation, post-conflict development and democratic institution building.

As an International Fellow with CRRC-Armenia, Aubrey focuses on the escalation and mediation of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, looking specifically at the impacts of ethno-nationalism and militarization on the Minsk process. Upon completing her fellowship in Yerevan, Aubrey will resume her post as a Security and Defense Programming Officer with Young Professionals in Foreign Policy in Brussels.


Registration: If interested, please confirm your attendance via event@crrc.am  mentioning your name and organizational affiliation.


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