ADA University’s Baku Dialogues – Policy Perspectives on the Silk Road Region, the flagship English-language quarterly policy journal released its Winter 2021-2022 issue.
Following its commitment to enhancing the inclusivity of Baku Dialogues, this edition features 9 original essays from local and international authors examining the nature and prospects of geopolitical change in the region.
The first section provides a forum for experts and scholars from around the world to share their most recent findings on the new geopolitics of the Silk Road region.
The readers find a range of articles authored by Michael Doran, Director of the Center for Peace and Security in the Middle East at the Hudson Institute as well as Richard Giragosian, the Founding Director of the Regional Studies Center (RSC), an independent think tank in Yerevan, Armenia.
This section also gathers articles by Luke Coffey, Director of The Heritage Foundation’s Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies and Urs Unkauf, Director of Government Relations of the German Federal Association for Economic Development and Foreign Trade in Berlin.
The following part features articles on a variety of themes, including, but not limited to the post-war reality and the crucial military aspects of the Second Karabakh War.
In the third section, readers will find a pair of articles authored by Hasan Ünal, Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations of Maltepe University (Turkey) and Ayça Ergun, Associate Professor of Sociology at Middle East Technical University (METU).
Damjan Krnjević Mišković, a former senior Serbian and UN official who is currently Professor of Practice and Director of Policy Research & Publications at ADA University, closes out the issue with a "little thought experiment" on the ideas and doctrines informing the recently-held Summit for Democracy.
The latest issue is available here: