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Autor     Marco Borsotti
Titel    Threats to the political and socio-cultural fabric of the Caucasus
Sammlung    Promoting Institutional Responses to the Challenges in the Caucasus. International Peace Academy, 31st IPA Vienna Seminar
Herausgeber    Diplomatische Akademie Wien
Ort    Wien
Jahr    2001
Seiten    29-36
ISBN    3-902021-23-3
URL    http://www.bundesheer.at/pdf_pool/publikationen/16_ipa_2001.pdf

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The South Caucasus3 is a land of ancient traditions and history. The valleys of the region represent a natural way of encounter and communication among three continents: Africa, Asia and Europe. South to the Tiger and Euphrates rivers and the Arabic peninsula, East into the Caspian region, North towards Eastern Europe and Russia, and westwards into the Black Sea and Mediterranean regions, the Caucasus is the natural convergence of all routes.

Over hundred of thousand of years, the first humanoid presence in the region evolved into human settlements that left abundant vestiges of ancient civilization, vestiges that are disseminated everywhere in those mountains and valleys. The Caucasus, thus, became the centre of a system of communications and a pole of civilization that progressed over the centuries combining land and sea transportation to favour exchange of cultures and promote trade of commodities. Recently, the same scheme became the fulcrum of a complex system of corridors that in today’s global economy are better known as TRACECA4.5


4 TRACECA is the highway of modern trade, combination of air, land and sea transportations.

5 Diplomatische Akademie Wien – Promoting institutional responses to the challenges in the Caucasus. Favorita Papers 2001. p.29.

The Southern Caucasus is a land of profound traditions, long history and natural beauty. Its mountains, rivers and cost-lines have observed human presence for over a million years. In fact, the valleys of this region represented and represent a natural way of encounter and communication among three continents: Africa, Asia and Europe. South to the Tiger and Euphrates rivers and the Arabic peninsula, East into the Caspian region, North toward Central Europe and Siberia, and West into the Black Sea and Mediterranean regions the Caucasus is the natural convergence of all routes. In fact, it is the only land passage among these territories. It is therefore natural that at the dawn of human presence on earth, the first primates coming from Africa transited these valleys in their quest toward new lands and opportunities.

Over hundred of thousand of years, the first humanoid presence in the region evolved into human settlements that left abundant vestiges of ancient civilisations, vestiges that are disseminated everywhere in these mountains and valleys. The Caucasus, thus, became the centre of a system of communications and a pole of civilisation that progressed over the centuries combining land and sea transportation to favour exchange of cultures and promote trade of commodities. Recently, the same scheme became the fulcrum of a complex system of corridors that in today’s global economy are better known as TRACECA.

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