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Association with International Personality: Nagorno-Karabakh in Azerbaijan

Association with International Personality: Nagorno-Karabakh in Azerbaijan B NATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS Tim Potier* Association with International Personality: Nagorno- Karabakh in Azerbaijan Two decades have now passed since Nagorno-Karabakh sought to remove itself (de 1 2 jure) from the jurisdiction of Azerbaijan. A war may have been won, but the status of the territory has yet to be fi nally settled. Time has also shifted the emphasis from * Associate Professor of International Law, Department of Law, University of Nicosia, Nicosia, Cyprus; Visiting Fellow (Hughes Hall), Centre of International Studies, Uni- versity of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.  On  February , a session of the th convocation of delegates of the Nagorno- Karabakh Autonomous Oblast adopted a resolution seeking transfer of Karabakh from Soviet Azerbaijan to Armenia. Th e assembly, simultaneously, appealed to the USSR’s Supreme Soviet for confi rmation. On  June , the Supreme Soviet of the Azerbaijani SSR denied the application of the Karabakh Assembly, although this was counterbal- anced, on  June, by Armenia’s Supreme Soviet, which approved Karabakh’s proposal and appealed to the Soviet government to resolve the matter. Azerbaijan’s political control over Karabakh began to be curtailed following the establishment on  January , by the USSR Supreme Soviet, of a special http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online Brill

Association with International Personality: Nagorno-Karabakh in Azerbaijan

European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online , Volume 7 (1): 20 – Feb 9, 2010

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B NATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS Tim Potier* Association with International Personality: Nagorno- Karabakh in Azerbaijan Two decades have now passed since Nagorno-Karabakh sought to remove itself (de 1 2 jure) from the jurisdiction of Azerbaijan. A war may have been won, but the status of the territory has yet to be fi nally settled. Time has also shifted the emphasis from * Associate Professor of International Law, Department of Law, University of Nicosia, Nicosia, Cyprus; Visiting Fellow (Hughes Hall), Centre of International Studies, Uni- versity of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.  On  February , a session of the th convocation of delegates of the Nagorno- Karabakh Autonomous Oblast adopted a resolution seeking transfer of Karabakh from Soviet Azerbaijan to Armenia. Th e assembly, simultaneously, appealed to the USSR’s Supreme Soviet for confi rmation. On  June , the Supreme Soviet of the Azerbaijani SSR denied the application of the Karabakh Assembly, although this was counterbal- anced, on  June, by Armenia’s Supreme Soviet, which approved Karabakh’s proposal and appealed to the Soviet government to resolve the matter. Azerbaijan’s political control over Karabakh began to be curtailed following the establishment on  January , by the USSR Supreme Soviet, of a special

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Published: Feb 9, 2010

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