Podcast | What does Russia's partial mobilisation mean for the Caucasus?

28 September 2022
A youth group from Pankisi protests 'Georgian discrimination' against North Caucasians attempting to enter the country following the partial mobilisation of Russia's military. Shota Kincha/OC Media.


In this week’s episode of the Caucasus Digest, Anna Edgar talks to Luiza Mchedlishvili about the anti-war protests that have taken place in the North Caucasus throughout the past week, and Tata Shoshiashvili talks about the arrival of thousands of Russians after the partial mobilisation announcement.

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