Россия 2020 – Сценарии развития страны. Проект Московского Центра Карнеги


Thomas de Waal

Thomas de Waal is a writer and analyst on the Caucasus, Russia and the Black Sea region and a Senior Associate with the Russia and Eurasia program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington. In 2009 he worked for the London NGO Conciliation Resources and wrote “The Caucasus: An Introduction” due to be published by Oxford University Press in August 2010. From 2002-8 he worked as Caucasus Editor at the Institute for War and Peace Reporting in London. In the 1990s he was a journalist in Moscow for the Moscow Times, The Times of London, and the Economist, specializing in Russian politics and events in Chechnya. Tom is co-author with Carlotta Gall of Chechnya, A Small Victorious War, (Pan, 1997 and NYU Press, 1998) and sole author of the widely respected book on the Karabakh conflict, Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan Through Peace and War (NYU Press, 2003), which has been translated into Russian, Armenian and Azeri.

Materials by this author:

  • South Caucasus 2020, 15:02, 23.07.2010
    INTRODUCTION Since 1991 the South Caucasus has embarked on an entirely new historical path. The name “South Caucasus” in itself indicates that the era that began in 1801, in which it ...