This article contributes to the literature on the EU's conflict resolution efforts in general, and in the context of Georgia, in particular. First, it identifies a dissonance between the EU's strong interest in the resolution of the Conflicts, its firm commitment to such resolution and its long-standing, engagement with a view to promoting such resolution, and its actual, ineffectual contribution to achieving that goal. Second, it analyses various factors which contribute to this ineffectiveness.
|Number of pages
|European Foreign Affairs Review
|Published - 2017
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