A collection of select documents with background information on present-day conflicts in the Caucasian region, supplemented by a volume of historical maps from British, French, German, Russian and Ottoman sources. The work depicts the evolution of major boundaries of Transcaucasia and the Northern Caucasus as measured and agreed upon by the international community at important historical moments. The documents, used in conjunction with the maps, will depict evolving geopolitical claims of the key states of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and North Caucasia; but also territories such as Daghestan, Circassia, Kars, Elisavetopol, Abkhasia, Kouban, which at times were subsumed into the larger states.
A collection of documents and historical maps illustrating key events, using material from British government archives, as markers in defining Armenian territory. Covers the 70 years that were crucial in the formation of the boundaries of what now constitutes the state of Armenia.
An eight-volume collection of official British documents, and a volume of twenty historical maps, that records British interest in the petroleum and natural gas resources in the Caucasus and Romania for the period 1886-1978. Covers sequentially initial British investment in Transcaucasian oil concessions, disturbances and repercussions of the Russian Revolution on British investments, defense of supplies during World War II, the impact of the Cold War and nationalization on supplies, Soviet oil exports to non-communist markets, and relaxation of trade sanctions over Russian oil imports.