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South Caucasian

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The beautiful nature of Azerbaijan, hospitality of its people, the country's capital with its super modern and ancient buildings draws the attention of all tourists visiting this South Caucasian country.
With regard to mistreatment of Tbilisi airport's authorities towards Iranian nationals in the South Caucasian country, Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh, Chairman of National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Iranian Parliament, said on Sunday that "what one should remember about this case is that some mercenary Iranians benefit from selling out the dignity of their fellow Iranians and compatriots in Georgia, and this is something that is not being taken into account."
The three chapters in this part of the book reveal a fundamental weakness of political and institutional structures in South Caucasian independent states.
By the first third of the 18th century, Russia had entrenched itself in the Caucasian piedmont; in the 1730s, Empress Anna Ioanovna (1730-1740) allowed South Caucasian migrants (Armenians, Georgians, and practically everyone wishing to move in) to settle in the area; the newcomers were promised financial aid and free grain.
Data Set 2 Data Set 1 Data Set 2 Mentions, Interpretable Group (n) codings, (n) K [K.sub.f] North Caucasian 73 43 12 6 South Caucasian 53 14 10 9 Central Asian 36 24 8 2 American 159 125 15 8 German 149 96 11 8 Jew 116 79 9 5 Data Set 2 Group [K.sub.c]/K (%) North Caucasian 50 South Caucasian 10 Central Asian 75 American 47 German 27 Jew 44 Note.
Among the returning exhibitors, James Cohen offers a colourful South Caucasian long rug and Brian MacDonald brings a 19th-century shadda (a woven cover typically used as a horse blanket).
The simmering conflict between two south Caucasian nations of Azerbaijan and Armenia over the disputed territory of nagorno-Karabakh has a closer resemblance to the Kashmir conflict.
A more cooperative Turkish-Iranian relations could also result in mutually advantageous ventures involving South Caucasian countries, especially Azerbaijan.
Over the years, it conducted numerous exhibitions, presentations and panel discussions in partnership with several other initiatives, notably from South Caucasian and Balkan countries.
Regional pluralism would mean the political and economic sovereignty of the South Caucasian states and a reduction in Russian influence.

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