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Contract Title The Struggle for Democracy in West Asia in the Context of Global and Regional Conflicts: A Dialogic and Intra-Civilizational Research Report
Partners International Commission for Security and Cooperation in West Asia; Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research, Tokyo and Honolulu; Centre for World Dialogue, Nicosia, Cyprus; Copenhagen Peace Research Institute; Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; Centre for Islamic and Arab Studies, Australian National University; Institute for Political and International Studies, Tehran; Jordan Institute of Diplomacy


Contents

Previous International Commission for Security and Cooperation in West Asia meetings held at Istanbul in 1999, Limassol in 2000, and Doha in 2001, focused on problems and conflict resolution in the Persian Gulf. These included border disputes, cooperative security, confidence building measures, and other critically important West Asian issues. Held 29-31 March, 2002, in Limassol, Cyprus, this conference commenced a new phase for this West Asian project. Regional concern broadened beyond the Persian Gulf, while focus narrowed on democratization in the context of modernization, regionalization, and globalization. The three year ‘’’Struggle for Democracy in West Asia in the Context of Global and Regional Conflicts’’’ project was launched at this conference.

Participants

  • Ammar Abdulhamid
  • Kamel Abu Jaber
  • Dr. Ladan Afrasiabi Parandoosh
  • Ella Akerman
  • Dr. Nasser Albraik
  • Helia Alikhani
  • Dr. Hossein Alikhani
  • Nasser Al-Khalifa
  • Ibrahim G. Aoude
  • Dr. Ramazan Daurov
  • Naser Elahi
  • Dr. Sattareh Farman Farmaian
  • Tasoulla Hadjigeorgiou
  • Dr. Mehrangiz Kar
  • Nadeem Kazmi
  • Dr. Audrey E. Kitagawa
  • Dr. Elaheh Koolaee
  • Dr. Yiannis Laouris
  • Pirouz Mojtahed-Zadeh
  • Dr. John D. Montgomery
  • Dr. Ahmad Moussalli
  • Leanne Piggot
  • Ahmed Fouad Raslan
  • Ali Akbar Rezaei
  • Amin Saikal
  • Dr. Seyed Kazem Sajjadpour
  • Mohammad Selim
  • Dr. Emma Sky
  • Dr. Atle Sommerfeldt
  • Dr. Satoko Takahashi
  • Majid Tehranian

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