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Conflict in Tskhinvali Region (1989-2008): Interaction of Georgian-South Ossetian Nationalisms - David Matsaberidze
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2008, ISBN: 3838332342

Paperback, [EAN: 9783838332345], LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Book, [PU: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing], LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, The study looks at the post-soviet developments in the Tskhinvali Region, Georgia, through the interaction of internal and external elites. It downplays the viability of the use of the term ethnic conflict for describing the Georgian-South Ossetian confrontation, offering the idea of using the term Tskhinvali Region as the best option to denote conflict, thus avoiding the use of historically and ethnically charged concepts. In terms of interaction of the internal and external agencies the broader picture of the post-soviet regional developments is staged. In this respect, the processes of emergence and grounding of the major players (Russian Federation, OSCE, USA, EU) are set in a comparative perspective. The research brings the analysis of the developments up to the August, 2008. This event follows the line of the main argument, proves the main hypothesis and poses some crucial questions and research problems in terms of the regional and international repercussions of ethnic conflicts. The book should be interesting for political scientists, historians and IR specialists, working on the problems of nationalism and identity of the post- soviet Caucasus., 11302, Ethnic Studies, 11298, Specific Demographics, 11232, Social Sciences, 3377866011, Politics & Social Sciences, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing], The study looks at the post-soviet developments in the Tskhinvali Region, Georgia, through the interaction of internal and external elites. It downplays the viability of the use of the term ethnic conflict for describing the Georgian-South Ossetian confrontation, offering the idea of using the term Tskhinvali Region as the best option to denote conflict, thus avoiding the use of historically and ethnically charged concepts. In terms of interaction of the internal and external agencies the broader picture of the post-soviet regional developments is staged. In this respect, the processes of emergence and grounding of the major players (Russian Federation, OSCE, USA, EU) are set in a comparative perspective. The research brings the analysis of the developments up to the August, 2008. This event follows the line of the main argument, proves the main hypothesis and poses some crucial questions and research problems in terms of the regional and international repercussions of ethnic conflicts. The book should be interesting for political scientists, historians and IR specialists, working on the problems of nationalism and identity of the post- soviet Caucasus., [SC: 3.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, H: 220mm, B: 150mm, T: 6mm, [GW: 165g]

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The study looks at the post-soviet developments in the Tskhinvali Region, Georgia, through the interaction of internal and external elites. It downplays the viability of the use of the term ethnic conflict for describing the Georgian-South Ossetian confrontation, offering the idea of using the term Tskhinvali Region as the best option to denote conflict, thus avoiding the use of historically and ethnically charged concepts. In terms of interaction of the internal and external agencies the broader picture of the post-soviet regional developments is staged. In this respect, the processes of emergence and grounding of the major players (Russian Federation, OSCE, USA, EU) are set in a comparative perspective. The research brings the analysis of the developments up to the August, 2008. This event follows the line of the main argument, proves the main hypothesis and poses some crucial questions and research problems in terms of the regional and international repercussions of ethnic conflicts. The book should be interesting for political scientists, historians and IR specialists, working on the problems of nationalism and identity of the post- soviet Caucasus. Interaction of Georgian-South Ossetian Nationalisms Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 14.01.2010, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, .201

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2008, ISBN: 3838332342

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Conflict in Tskhinvali Region (1989-2008)

The study looks at the post-soviet developments in the Tskhinvali Region, Georgia, through the interaction of internal and external elites. It downplays the viability of the use of the term ethnic conflict for describing the Georgian-South Ossetian confrontation, offering the idea of using the term Tskhinvali Region as the best option to denote conflict, thus avoiding the use of historically and ethnically charged concepts. In terms of interaction of the internal and external agencies the broader picture of the post-soviet regional developments is staged. In this respect, the processes of emergence and grounding of the major players (Russian Federation, OSCE, USA, EU) are set in a comparative perspective. The research brings the analysis of the developments up to the August, 2008. This event follows the line of the main argument, proves the main hypothesis and poses some crucial questions and research problems in terms of the regional and international repercussions of ethnic conflicts. The book should be interesting for political scientists, historians and IR specialists, working on the problems of nationalism and identity of the post- soviet Caucasus.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783838332345
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3838332342
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Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2010
Editeur: LAP Lambert Acad. Publ.
112 Pages
Poids: 0,179 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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