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Peace to Karabakh. Russia’s Mediation in the Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict (500,00 руб.)

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АвторыKazimirov Vladimir Nickolaevich
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ID653860
ISBN978-5-7777-568-6
Peace to Karabakh. Russia’s Mediation in the Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict [Электронный ресурс] / V.N. Kazimirov .— 622 с. — ISBN 978-5-7777-568-6 .— Режим доступа: https://rucont.ru/efd/653860

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GEORGIA RUSSIA ARMENIA Yerevan AZERBAIJAN NAGORNO-KARABAKH Baku TURKEY NAKHICHEVAN (AZERBAIJAN) Stepanakert Shusha Lachin IRAN
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UDK 327.56(470+571) BBK 66.4(2Ros),3 К 14 Казимиров В.Н. Мир Карабаху. Посредничество России в урегулировании нагорно-карабахского конфликта. М.: Международные отношения, 2009. Translated into English by Alexei Zverev and Margret Satterwaite. Originally published in Russian under the title: К14 Kazimirov, V. N. Peace to Karabakh. Russia’s Mediation in the Settlement of the NagornoKarabakh Conflict. – Moscow: VES MIR, 2014. – 608 pp., ill. ISBN 978-5-7777-0568-6 A book focuses on Russia’s efforts to resolve the ethnopolitical conflict in Transcaucasia that had grown into a real war, especially at the most difficult stage of active and fierce hostilities, right up to the conclusion of a ceasefire agreement, in effect since 12 May 1994. The author, Vladimir Kazimirov, who was the head of Russia’s mediatory mission, Plenipotentiary Representative of the Russian President for Political Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh (1992–1996), reveals the content of the mediator’s very complicated work with the conflicting parties, full of all kinds of vicissitudes, offering characterisations of the participants in that process and an assessment of their positions. Worthy of note are the judgements of the author, a one-time participant in, and co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group, on cooperation and rivalry with Western partners which sought, in the guise of conflict settlement efforts, to restrict or curtail Russia’s influence in the region. The book incorporates the author’s articles and statements on the Karabakh UDK 327.56(470+571) BBK 66.4(2Ros),3 conflict. The appendix contains international documents on the settlement of the conflict, as well as documents on Russia’s mediation and a timeline of Karabakh settlement. Printed in Russia ISBN 978-5-7777-0568-6 © Kazimirov, V. N., 2014.
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Contents In Place of Introduction Abbreviations Used in This Book PART ONE TOUCHES OF REMINISCENCES Why? Prologue 11 14 15 17 22 The First Encounter and Early Contacts With Heydar Aliyev 29 Karabakh at the 28th Congress of the CPSU In a ‘Prep School’ The ‘Illegitimate’ CSCE Minsk Group The First Steps of the Minsk Group Baku – Nakhichevan A Face-to-Face Meeting in Moscow (August 7–8, 1992) A Fit of the Blues: Was the Minsk Group Created for the Sake of the Settlement or Vice Versa? The Early 1993 Heydar Aliyev – In Moscow Again The Russia-Turkey Initiative and Its Collapse The First Thing to be Achieved is Limitation of Hostilities With Heydar Aliyev – Finally in Baku Ambassadors, too, have Occupational Diseases The Fall of Agdam Direct Contacts between Baku and Stepanakert Three Messages for Boris Yeltsin The Shocks of the Autumn 34 39 48 56 65 72 76 83 87 92 99 112 119 123 127 140 145 5
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Contents Three Confessions by Phone A Border Incident of November 20, 1993 The Stories Spinned Over That Incident and Who Spinned Them The Remote Flank of the Karabakh Front Yerevan’s Version and a Bit of Logic at Least The Shady Deal of December 1993 The Bishkek Protocol The Signing of the Protocol in Baku Baku – Moscow, May 9–11 12 May – A Breakthrough on the Path to Peace in Karabakh Necessity Truly is the Mother of Invention Benefits and Flaws of the 1994 Ceasefire Moscow Meeting of the Defence Ministers Consolidation of the Armistice: Fantasies vs Reality Some Are Not Too Happy With the Armistice Either The Role of Russia’s Mediatory in Achieving the Ceasefire Our Western Partners are into Schemes The Uproar Among Our Western Partners And Something Else About the Neutrals Karabakh Peace Efforts at Yevgeni Primakov’s Time A Preliminary Summary PART TWO HIS MAJESTY THE ARGUMENT There Is No Dispensing With Mediators (1994) Russia and the CSCE Minsk Group (1994) Speech About the Mandate of the Minsk Group Delivered at the Meeting of the CSCE Permanent Committee (1994) To the Chairman of the Conference on Nagorno-Karabakh held under the CSCE aegis Mr Jan Eliasson (1994) The CIS Contribution to Putting an End to the Karabakh Bloodshed (2000) 6 154 162 167 177 180 189 199 206 209 216 218 223 225 228 235 238 241 253 263 274 286 295 297 300 305 310 324
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Contents Letter to OSCE Secretary-General Ján Kubiš (2003) Azerbaijan and the UN Security Council resolutions (reviewing the Lessons of the Past in the Karabakh Conflict) (2004) Letter to PACE Rapporteur on Nagorno-Karabakh David Atkinson (2004) Nagorno-Karabakh Must Take Part in Negotiations Who Sought a Military Solution to the Karabakh Conflict Open Letter to the OSCE Chair-in-Office Dimitry Rupel People’s Diplomacy must get a New Lease on Life! People’s Diplomacy is to Be Kept on a Leash! Signing is Half of the Matter. Implement! Too Much Ambiguity and Deceit Surrounding the Karabakh Conflict Two Helsinki Principles and an ‘Atlas of Conflicts’ Is There A Way Out of the Karabakh Deadlock? An Important Document or Just a Regular? High-level Signature, albeit a ‘Double-bottomed’ One Russia, OSCE and the Karabakh Conflict (15th anniversary of the ceasefire in Karabakh) APPENDIXES The Principal International Documents Concerned With the Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Appendix 1. Zheleznovodsk Communiqué (Zheleznovodsk, 23.09.91) Appendix 2. Summary of the Findings of the CSCE Council of Ministers (Helsinki, 24.03.92) Appendix 3. Joint Statement by the Heads of State (Tehran, 07.05.92) Appendix 4. Resolution 822 of the UN Security Council (30.04.93) Appendix 5. Resolution 853 of the UN Security Council (29.07.93) Appendix 6. Resolution 874 of the UN Security Council (14.10.93) Appendix 7. Resolution 884 of the UN Security Council (12.11.93) 344 347 364 370 378 394 398 401 404 409 415 421 434 437 439 455 457 457 460 463 465 467 469 472 7
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Contents Appendix 8. Statement by the CIS Heads of State (Moscow, 15.04.94) Appendix 9. The Bishkek Protocol (Bishkek, 05.05.94) Appendix 10. Agreement on the Ceasefire Starting 12 May 1994 Appendix 11. Decision of the CSCE Summit on Nagorno-Karabakh (Budapest, 06.12.94) Appendix 12. Arrangement on Incident Settlement (04.02.95) Appendix 13. Mandate of the Co-Chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group (01.03.95) Appendix 14. Summary by the OSCE Chair-in-Office (Prague, 31.03.95) Appendix 15. Statement by the OSCE Chair-in-Office (Lisbon, 03.12.96) Appendix 16. Joint Statement by the Presidents of Russia, the USA and France (Denver, 23.06.97) Appendix 17. OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs’ Proposal (‘Package Scenario’), 1997 Appendix 18. OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs’ Proposal (‘Stage-by-Stage Scenario’), 1997 Appendix 19. OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs’ Proposal (‘Common State’), 1998 Appendix 20. Moscow Declaration (02.11.08) Documents Related to Russia’s Mediatory Efforts and Direct Contacts Between Baku and Stepanakert Document 1. From Baku. On the Termination of the Shelling of Stepanakert and Agdam (17.06.93) Document 2. From Stepanakert. On the Limitation of Hostilities on the Territory Between Magadiz and Agdam (27.06.93) Document 3. From Baku. On the Limitation of Hostilities on the Territory Between Magadiz and Agdam (27.06.93) Document 4. From Baku. On the General Limitation of Hostilities for a Period of 3 Days (24.07.93) Document 5. From Baku. On the General Limitation of Hostilities for a Period of 3 Days (25.07.93) 8 474 475 477 478 480 483 485 487 489 490 497 503 512 513 514 515 516 517 518
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Contents Document 6. From Baku. On the Meeting Between the Officials of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh on 28 July 1993 (27.07.93) Document 7. From Stepanakert. On the Prolongation of the Previous Arrangement for a Period of 7 Days and a Summit Meeting Between the Leaders of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh (28.07.93) Document 8. From Baku. On the Prolongation of the Previous Arrangement for a Period of 7 Days and a Summit Meeting Between the Leaders of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh (28.07.93) Document 9. From Baku. On the Prolongation of the Previous Arrangement for a Period of Another 3 Days and a Summit Meeting Between the Leaders of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh (28.07.93) Document 10. Credentials Granted by Heydar Aliyev to Vice-Premier Rasul Guliev (17.08.93) Document 11. From Baku. On the Resumption of the Ceasefire for a Period of 5 Days and a Meeting Between the Top Leaders of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh (17.08.93) Document 12. From Baku. On the Resumption of the Ceasefire for a Period of 11 Days and a Meeting Between the Top Leaders of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh (17.08.93) Document 13. Credentials Granted by Heydar Aliyev to Vice-Speaker Afiyyadin Dzhalilov (31.08.93) Document 14. Credentials Granted by Heydar Aliyev to Vice-Speaker Afiyyadin Dzhalilov (03.09.93) Document 15. From Baku. On the Prolongation of the Ceasefire for a Period of Another 3 Days (10.09.93) Document 16. From Moscow. Joint Communiqué by Representative of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh Based on the Results of Their Meeting at Russia’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs (13.09.93) Document 17. From Stepanakert. On the Establishment of a New Ceasefire for a Period of 10 Days (16.12.93) 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 9
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Contents Document 18. From Moscow. On the Non-Observance by Baku of the Mediator’s Arrangement with Heydar Aliyev Regarding Formalisation of a Ceasefire for a Period of 10 Days (18.12.93) Document 19. From Baku. Misleading Return Letter That Thwarted the Establishment of the 10-Day Ceasefire Starting 17 December (19.12.93) Document 20. From Baku. On the Establishment of a Ceasefire for a Period of 10 Days (26.04.94) Document 21. From Stepanakert. On the Implementation of the Protocol of February 18 Instead of the 10-Day Ceasefire (28.04.94) Document 22. From Baku. On a General Ceasefire Starting 12 May 1994 (09.05.94) Document 23. From Yerevan. On a General Ceasefire Starting 12 May 1994 (10.05.94) Document 24. From Stepanakert. On a General Ceasefire Starting 12 May 1994 (11.05.94) Document 25. From Moscow. An Arrangement on Closed-Door Contacts Between Baku and Stepanakert (it was never signed) Timeline of Russia’s Mediatory Efforts in the Framework of the Peaceful Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539
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Kazimirov, V. N. Peace to Karabakh Russia’s Mediation in the Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Редактор: О. Зимарин Художник: В. Яковлев Верстка: С. Голодко Формат 60х90 1/16. Усл. печ. л. 38,0 + 0,75 вкл. илл. Тираж 750 экз. Заказ № Подписано в печать 10.09.2014 г. 125009, Москва, ул. Моховая, 11, стр. 3 «В». Тел./факс: (495) 276-02-92 E-mail: info@vesmirbooks.ru http:// vesmirbooks.ru ООО Издательство «Весь Мир» Отпечатано в ОАО «Первая Образцовая типография» Филиал «Чеховский Печатный Двор» 142300, Московская область, г. Чехов, ул. Полиграфистов, д. 1 Сайт: www.chpk.ru. E-mail: marketing@chpk.ru факс 8(496) 726-54-10, тел. 8 (495) 988-63-87
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