George Khelashvili – Georgia, Russia and the North Caucasus: Is Enmity What States Make of It?George Khelashvili – Georgia, Russia and the North Caucasus: Is Enmity What States Make of It?

This paper is an attempt to analyse the root causes of discord between Georgia and Russia that pertain to the politics of the North Caucasus. In the first section, an overview of the North Caucasus problem as existing since the late 1980s is given. In the following section, the international political dimension of the Georgian-Russian squabble over the North Caucasus is analysed, followed by the domestic political and ideational factors that influence Georgian policy toward the North Caucasus. Finally, a plausible basis for the solution of the North Caucasian problem is discussed, in the context of intensity of Georgian-Russian political disagreement.

Khelashvili, G. (2012). Georgia, Russia and the North Caucasus: Is Enmity What States Make of It? Center for Social Sciences, Tbilisi

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 ეს ნაშრომი აანალიზებს ჩრდილოეთ კავკასიის პოლიტიკასთან დაკავშირებულ უთანხმოებას საქართველოსა და რუსეთს შორის. პირველ ნაწილში განხილულია 1980-იანი წლების შემდეგ არსებული ჩრდილოეთ კავკასიის პრობლემა. შემდეგი ნაწილი ეხება ჩრდილოეთ კავკასიის გარშემო საქართველოსა და რუსეთის დავას, მის საერთაშორისო პოლიტიკურ განზომილებასა და იმ პოლიტიკურ თუ იდეოლოგიურ ფაქტორებს, რომლებიც განაპირობებს საქართველოს პოლიტიკას ჩრდილოეთ კავკასიასთან მიმართებაში. ნაშრომის ბოლო ნაწილი ეთმობა ამ პრობლემის გადაჭრის შესაძლო საფუძველს.

Khelashvili, G. (2012). Georgia, Russia and the North Caucasus: Is Enmity What States Make of It? Center for Social Sciences, Tbilisi

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