This article traces the emergence of the modern national identities of Azerbaijanis and Armenians back to the last quarter of the nineteenth century. In doing so, it emphasizes the ways national identities were shaped by Azerbaijani and Armenian intellectual elites, reflecting their historical heritage of being parts of Turkish, Persian, and Russian empires. Accordingly, the […]
Pakistan is facing a serious crisis today and despite the proclivity of the nation’s elites to blame external forces, the wounds are largely self-inflicted. India is not the biggest danger Pakistan faces today. It is the extremist groups that the security establishment has nurtured over the years that have turned against the Pakistani state. The […]
The August 2008 conflict between Russia and Georgia has not only had a strong impact on the United States and Europe, but also on Israel and Iran. This article examines Israeli and Iranian reactions to the crisis, as well as its broader impact on regional energy and security concerns.
Volume 12, No. 3 – September 2008, Total Circulation 25,000 Article 4 of 7 AZERBAIJAN-TURKEY-ISRAEL RELATIONS: THE ENERGY FACTOR Alexander Murinson* TRANSFORMATION OF SECURITY With the end of the Cold War, there was a paradigmatic shift in concepts of security due not only to geopolitical changes(in light of the fall of the Communist […]
ï»¿ AZERBAIJAN AND THE CHALLENGE OF MULTIPLE IDENTITIES: IN SEARCH OF A GLOBAL SOUL Alireza Asgharzadeh* This article focuses on emerging Azerbaijani identity and its competing versions in the Republic of Azerbaijan, Iran, and in the diaspora. The Republic of Azerbaijan has over eight million people compared with more than 20 million Azeris in […]
ï»¿ Published by the GLORIA Center,Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya Volume 11, No. 3, Article 3/8 – September 2007Total Circulation 25,000 THE HIZB AL-TAHRIR IN CENTRAL ASIA:HOW AMERICA MISREADS ISLAMIST THREATSMatthew Crosston* The following article examines and analyzes the philosophical underpinnings of the Hizb al-Tahrir in Central Asia. It does so to highlight a larger, more important […]