The Black Sea Region Cooperation and Security Building
By Oleksandr Pavliuk, Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze Copyright 2004
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The ring of countries bordering the Black Sea make up one of the unstable subregions of former Soviet republics, satellites and neighbours. This volume analyses the security issues in the Black Sea region and the development of mechanisms that would promote cooperation and conflict management.
Introduction, Oleksandr Pavliuk; Chapter 1 Is the Black Sea a Region?, Charles King; Chapter 2 Cooperative Efforts in the Black Sea Region, Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze; Chapter 3 Littoral States and Region Building Around the Black Sea, Arkady Moshes; Chapter 4 The Unresolved Conflicts in the Black Sea Region, Roy Allison; Chapter 5 Energy and Pipeline Security in the Black Sea and Caspian Sea Regions, A. Necdet Pamir; Chapter 6 National Democratic Security Structures in the Making, Andrzej Karkoszka; Chapter 7 Military and Naval Balance in the Black Sea Region, Hryhoriy Perepelytsya; Chapter 8 New Security Threats in the Black Sea Region, Leonid Polyakov; Chapter 9 Democracy in the Black Sea Region, James Sherr; Chapter 10 The New Security Environment in the Black Sea Region, Sergiu Celac; conclusion Conclusion, Oleksandr Pavliuk;