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Politics of compromise: The Tajikistan peace process

Apr 2001

Conflict in Tajikistan began to escalate during the break-up of the Soviet Union. By 1992 this Central Asian republic was engulfed in civil war. After more than three years of peace talks, a power-sharing agreement was signed in June 1997, establishing a joint Commission for National Reconciliation to oversee its implementation. By 2000, the Tajikistani government and the United Nations had declared the peace process a success.

Architecture of international involvement in the Tajik peace process

Politics of compromise: The Tajikistan peace process
Apr 2001
Accord Tajikistan: Architecture of international involvement
Vladimir Goryayev analyses the architecture of international involvement in the Tajik peace process, noting its widely acknowledged strengths as well as some lesser known problems.

Methodology of the inter-Tajik negotiation process

Politics of compromise: The Tajikistan peace process
Apr 2001
Accord Tajikistan: Methodology of the inter-Tajik negotiation
Elena Rigacci Hay analyses the methodology of the inter-Tajik negotiation process and the factors that led to the breakthrough of the 1997 Among the issues she addresses are the selection of negotiating venues, the use of shuttle negotiations, the composition of the negotiating teams, the modalities of the talks and the drafting protocols.

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