EUXEINOS - Culture and Governance in the Black Sea Region Nr. 9 - 03 / 2013: No. 9/2013 Statehood, Religion and Strategic Europeanization in the Southern Caucasus. Ed. by Mariam Parsadanishvili & Michael Dobbins Signpost near the Gremi Church outside Telavi, Georgia. in a figurative sense, the signpost depicts the new and diverse menu of strategic, cultural, political and economic orientations of the Southern Caucasian countries. © Mariam Parsadanishvili Editorial by Michael Dobbins and Mariam Parsadanishvili (PDF) Islamists in Azarbaijan: How Dangerous are they? (PDF) by Rasim Mirzayev Post-Rose Revolution Georgia: How Democratization Went Wrong - and Why Authoritarianism also May have Backfired (PDF) by Michael Dobbins "The Armenians were the first to Adopt Christianity as the State Religion" - The Understanding of Statehood and Collective Symbolism in Armenia (PDF) by Anush Yeghiazaryan The Development and Establishment of Political Identity in the Republic of Azerbajan (PDF) by Yusuf Özcelik Full text of the issue as PDF How to reference this issue: Dobbins, Michael; Parsadanishvili, Mariam, eds. "Statehood, Religion, and Strategic Europeanization in the Southern Caucasus." Euxeinos - Culture and Governance in the Black Sea Region, no. 9 (2013).