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Analysis of the European Union’s performance as an international mediator in the South Caucasus with respect to peace building in the region

von Dr. George Danielidze

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[1.] Gd/Fragment 073 05 - Diskussion
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The TACIS National Indicative Programs (NIPs) 2004-2006 for the two countries prioritize support for institutional, legal and administrative reform and address the social consequences of transition and economic development. For some reasons, projects in the politically sensitive fields of judiciary and law enforcement reform, civil society development and human rights were not defined as areas of cooperation.

As the conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh is concerned, the NIPs stated the following: the Azerbaijani NIP – “EU accords very high priority to measures which can both a) underpin a peace settlement b) and prepare Azerbaijan to derive maximum benefit from the ending of the conflict”.

The Armenian NIP – “the EU/EC shall…continue to follow closely…developments on the peace process… including with a view to support efforts to resolve the conflict as well as in post-conflict rehabilitation. Support to key infrastructure sectors, especially in the energy and transport sectors…. De-mining actions will also form an element of reconstruction programs in order to ensure restoration of normal living and working conditions”.

The TACIS National Indicative Programs (NIPs) for the two countries, 2004-2006, prioritise support for institutional, legal and administrative reform and addressing the social consequences of transition and economic development.66 For some reason, projects in the politically sensitive fields of judiciary and law enforcement reform, civil society development and human rights were not defined as areas of cooperation.67 The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict was at least mentioned: the Azerbaijani NIP stated that the “EU accords very high priority to measures which can both a) underpin a peace settlement b) and prepare Azerbaijan to derive maximum benefit from the ending of the conflict”.68 The Armenian NIP provided that “the EU/EC shall…continue to follow closely…developments on the peace process… including with a view to support efforts to resolve the conflict as well as in post-conflict rehabilitation. Support to key infrastructure sectors, especially in the energy and transport sectors…. De-mining actions will also form an element of reconstruction programs in order to ensure restoration of normal living and working conditions”.69

66 European Commission, TACIS National Indicative Programme for Armenia 2004-2006, Adopted 18 September 2003.

67 As they are in Georgia. European Commission, Country Strategy Paper 2003-2006 and TACIS National Indicative Programme 2004-2006, Georgia, adopted 23 September 2003, pp.26-32. Recently the Commission started a judicial reform project in Azerbaijan for €2.8 million to assist the penitentiary system, bailiffs and the usher service. It also plans to start an “integrated border management and combat trafficking in persons” project worth €2 million. Local NGOs in Azerbaijan complain about EU lack of interest in their work. Crisis Group interview, director of the Democracy, Human Rights and Media Monitor, Baku, January 2006. Crisis Group interview, chairwoman of the Bureau for Human Rights and Legal Defence, Baku, January, 2006.

68 European Commission, TACIS National Indicative Programme for Azerbaijan 2004-2006, adopted 22 May 2003. p. 4.

69 European Commission, TACIS National Indicative Programme for Armenia 2004-2006, adopted 18 September 2003, p. 2.

Anmerkungen

Die Quelle ist nicht genannt. Die gekennzeichneten wörtlichen Zitate weisen identische Auslassungen auf.

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[2.] Gd/Fragment 073 25 - Diskussion
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The International Crisis Group argues that Azerbaijan sees European integration as part of its broader regional agenda based on oil and gas resource extraction and distribution. A growing self-confidence based on high expectations of oil wealth encourages some elites to wonder – “if we have oil, do we still need Europe?” But, on the other hand, there are still some people within governmental as well as non governmental structures who believe that their country may be losing a historic opportunity to move closer to Europe along with its South Caucasus neighbours and risks drifting towards a Central Asian type relationship with Brussels instead. Azerbaijan sees European integration as part of its broader regional agenda based on oil and gas resource extraction and distribution. This is likely to become more evident as Turkey approaches EU membership.76 A growing self-confidence based on high expectations of oil wealth encourages some elites to wonder, “if we have oil, do we still need Europe?”77 Yet some working within government and non-governmental structures expressed concern to Crisis Group that their country may be losing an historic opportunity to move closer to Europe along with its South Caucasus neighbours and risks drifting towards a Central Asian-type relationship with Brussels instead.78

76 Rza Ibadov, Azerbaijan and the European Union Neighbourhood Policy: Building a Privileged Relationship (London, 2005), p. 27. Several Azerbaijani researchers argued Azerbaijan would be easier to integrate into Europe because it had a more Europeanised political culture and smaller population than Turkey. Crisis Group interviews, Baku, January 2006.

77 Crisis Group interviews, local and international informants, Baku, February 2006.

78 Crisis Group interviews, Azerbaijan government official and NGOs, Baku, February 2006.

Anmerkungen

Der erste Teil des dokumentierten Textes wird noch der International Crisis Group zugeordnet, der zweite Teil dann aber nicht mehr. Auch wird keine wörtliche Übernahme gekennzeichnet.

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