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Baku and Tbilisi unlikely to join NATO - American expert2010-07-27 12:29
Ronald Grigor Suny, an American political scientist, believes that Georgia and Azerbaijan have very few chances to join NATO - Tert.am.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He said it in his interview to APA [Azerbaijan].
Suny thinks that till Russia has superiority in the South Caucasus and both of the aforesaid countries are weaker than it, NATO has few chances to reinforce its positions in the region.
In his view, situation in the region in some degree got stable, but Russia achieved more than wanted initially. At the present stage Georgia has to put up with the situation. The USA doesn't want to spoil relations with neither Russia nor Georgia, and acts carefully.
The expert expects no escalation of the conflict in the future.
In Suny's opinion, both Russia and the USA can cooperate in South Caucasus region, e,g. in settlement of Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict.
He also noted the time for creative thinking and compromises came for South Caucasus.