The South Caucasus
Throughout history, the South Caucasus has been a fault zone between East and West. The states themselves contain diverse populations, reflecting the history of the Caucasus as a frontier of Europe, Russia, Turkey, and Iran, all of which remain important actors in the region. The CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program tracks developments in this complex and strategically important region and produces analysis that informs the global debate.
Find the latest research from our scholars and CSIS events on this region below.