Renforcement des capacités de dialogue de la société civile: cinq ans du processus d'Istanbul. (2014)

{French} Among the dialogue processes facilitated within the framework of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) in recent years, the Istanbul Process has played a prominent role. In the aftermath of the August 2008 conflict between Russia and Georgia, the International Center on Conflict and Negotiation (ICCN), located in Tbilisi, initiated a dialogue between Russian and Georgian political experts. These meetings were later dubbed the Istanbul Process for its location, which participants deemed conducive for a sensitive dialogue process. Since its inception, the Istanbul Process has become the longest-living dialogue between high-profile experts from Russia and Georgia and has developed serious capacity to influence the relations between the two countries.

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