Public Discussion:Regional Peace and Cooperation for participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey

representatives in the public discussion

representatives in the public discussion

On Tuesday, 11th of February, I attended the public discussion of the Caucasian House on Regional Peace and Cooperation for participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey which took place at Tbilisi State University. Different perspectives springing from different speakers’ points of view brought the Caucasian cultural identity at the core of the discussion. Conclusions around a  promising but yet struggling region with a rich cultural heritage capable of uniting but also dividing can eventually be the base for developing a common agenda not only domestically but also internationally in order to bridge up differences and fill in the gaps of the existent democratic deficit in the region.