Saturday, 7 August 2010

[AW] Articles on 2008 Russo-Georgian War and Abkhazia

On the anniversary of the 2008 Russo-Georgian war, experts here share their thoughts on the August war insofar as it affected Abkhazia. The views expressed in commentaries are the authors’ own and do not necessarily reflect those of Abkhaz World.

Why Can Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili Not Emulate Willi Brandt?
By Liz Fuller | Special to Abkhaz World
British scholar who joined Radio Liberty as Caucasus analyst in July 1980

The Impact of the War in Georgia on Russian Public Opinion
By Stephen D. Shenfield | Special to Abkhaz World
Independent researcher and translator

The Georgia War and its consequences
By Alexander Rahr | Special to Abkhaz World
Program Director for Russia/Eurasia, German Council on Foreign Relations; Berlin

The Abkhazian paradox and the Montenegrin model
By Laurent Vinatier | Special to Abkhaz World
Senior Research Associates, Thomas More Institute, Paris


Two year anniversary of August War 2008
By Irakli Khintba | IISS - The International Institute for Strategic Studies
Lecturer in political science at the Abkhazian State University, and a fellow at the Centre for Humanitarian Programmes; Sukhum

The ghost of the Soviet Union
By Sergey Markedonov | IISS - The International Institute for Strategic Studies
Visiting Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Russia and Eurasia Program Washington, DC


Abkhazia and the Caucasus: the west’s choice
By Neal Ascherson | openDemocracy
Journalist and writer; London

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