Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan Agree to Form Transcaucasian Confederation by 2019

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This long-overdue agreement charts the political and economic contours of the future Transcaucasian Confederation (TC). Additionally, it envisions a series of shorter-term confidence-building measures seeking to dissolve existing political tensions, open borders, and normalize economic...

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