Religion and soft power in the South Caucasus : policy perspective / editors: Ansgar Jödicke & Kornely Kakachia.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Tbilisi : Georgian Institute of Politics, 2017.
Description
79 pages ; 30 cm

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Subject(s)
Editor
Notes
"Compendium of policy memos"--Cover.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
Biopolitical conservatism and "pastorial power": a Russia- Georgia meeting point / by Andrey Makarychev & Alexandra Yaksyk -- Foreign policy of the Georgian Orthodox Church: interplay between the West and Russia / by Salome Minesashvili -- Implementing EU's normative agenda in the South Caucasus: contradictory effects / by Eiki Berg & Alar Kilp-- Turkey in Georgia: pursuing the "soft power" politics / by Vahram Ter-Matevosyan -- Turkey's soft power in Azerbaijan and the Gülen movement / by Fuad Aliyev -- Religion as a factor in the Kurdish identity discourse: case study on Armenia and Turkey / by Lia Evoyan & Tatevik Manukyan -- Iran's soft power in Georgia- weak for now, bigger potential for the future / by Mariam Gabedava & Koba Turmanidze -- Iran's soft power policy in Armenia: cultural diplomacy and religion / by Tatevik Mkrtchyan-- Iranian soft religios power in Azerbaijan: old new threat for Baku / by Anar Valiyev.
ISBN
  • 9789941449734 ((paperback))
  • 9941449732 ((paperback))
OCLC
1010806891
RCP
C - S

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