GSI Special Issue: Nagorno-Karabakh and the Lachin Corridor Crisis
The blockade of the vital road connecting Armenia with the enclave of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) – the Lachin Corridor, is an ongoing human rights emergency that threatens the safety and security of the entire region. Given the urgency of this situation and the risks this manufactured crisis has for escalation into more extreme policies of violent persecution, ethnic cleansing and genocide, the editors of Genocide Studies International, published by the University of Toronto Press and sponsored by the Zoryan Institute, have commissioned a special issue of the journal to directly address what is currently happening on the ground. Comprised of 6 scholarly contributions from notable international experts on the region, this issue is intended to raise awareness of this ongoing crisis and to provide critical insight into the risks this blockade poses the ethnic Armenian inhabitants of Artsakh and for the peace and security of the entire region. The print copies of this issue will be available in print by August 25, 2023. Pre-order your copies today at a special price of only $25 CAD! For large orders please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.