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Zahraniční Politika Ázerbajdžánu V Letech 1991-2004

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  • Emil Souleimanov

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    (Fakulta sociálních věd, Univerzita Karlova)

  • Josef Kraus

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    (Fakulta ekonomiky a managementu, Univerzita obrany v Brně)

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    Osamostatnění se v roce 1991 bylo pro Ázerbajdžánce nečekaným darem. Pro tehdejší republikové vyvstal nesmírný problém, s nímž neměli žádné zkušenosti ani oni, ani jejich předchůdci – vybudovat od základů fungující národní stát. V době euforických očekávání, kterou měsíce krátce po získané nezávislosti představovaly, zjednodušené vnímání komplikovaných lokálních a mezinárodních souvislostí bylo běžnou záležitostí; v plné míře se tudíž promítalo i do definování zahraničněpolitických cílů.

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    Article provided by Ekonomická univerzita, Fakulta medzinárodných vzťahov in its journal Almanach (Actual Issues in World Economics and Politics).

    Volume (Year): 9 (2014)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 36-61

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    Keywords: Azerbajdžan; etnický konflikt; národní identita;

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